New Hampshire Primary Guide
The New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary Election is Tuesday, February 11.
New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary and independent nature solidify the Granite State as a bonafide presidential battleground state and a top priority. NextGen New Hampshire is committed to sending the state’s four electoral votes to the Democratic presidential nominee in 2020.
On Election Day, you will need to bring with you ONE of the following:
- A driver’s license
- A non-driver photo ID from the DMV
- A New Hampshire student ID
- A U.S. Passport
- A U.S. Military ID
If you do not bring ID with you, you can still vote! You will be asked to sign an affidavit in order to cast your ballot.
The New Hampshire Primary does not allow voting early, however you may be eligible to cast an absentee ballot if you are unable to vote at the polls on February 11. Learn more here.
The initial deadline to register to vote for the primary is February 4, but New Hampshire also offers same-day registration on primary election day. Simply show up at your polling place on February 11 to register to vote! Voters unaffiliated with a major political party will be asked to choose whether they would like to cast a ballot for the Democratic or Republican primary.
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