Important Dates

General Absentee Ballot Request Return Deadline: Nov 2, 2020

General Election: Nov 3, 2020

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Not sure if you’re registered to vote? You can check your voter registration status here: http://NXTGN.US/jjk.

If you aren’t, no problem – you can request registration forms and your absentee ballot via the same form. All eligible New Hampshire voters can request to vote absentee due to concerns over COVID-19. Follow the steps below to make sure that your vote counts:

STEP 1 – FILL OUT APPLICATION: Request your ballot NOW 👉

In section I, check the first box if you are currently registered to vote at your current address and the second box if you need to register. In section II, check box 4 that states “I am unable to vote in person due to concern for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).”

STEP 2 – SUBMIT APPLICATION: Submit the completed Absentee Ballot Request Application to your town or city clerk’s office by mail, email, or in-person. Find your town clerk’s office 👉 http://NXTGN.US/jpD

STEP 3 – CHECK MAIL: Check your mail for your official ballot. You can track your ballot request 👉 http://NXTGN.US/jjn

STEP 4 – VOTE: Fill out your ballot from home. Follow the instructions and don’t forget to sign the envelope.

STEP 5 – RETURN: Return your ballot! You can send it in the mail or drop it off at your town or city clerk’s office in person. If you are within seven business days of Election Day, it will be better to return your ballot in person to your town clerk rather than by mail. Track your ballot to make sure your town clerk received it. You can track your ballot

👉 http://NXTGN.US/jjn

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