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Voting FAQ & Voting Locations

Voting During COVID-19

For complete and up to date information about voting and absentee ballot instructions during COVID-19, please refer to the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s web page.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I check my voter registration status?
Use this link to check your status using the Secretary of State’s State of Voter Information Look-up.

How do I register to vote?
NH has same day voter registration. To register to vote, and/or if you are planning to vote using an absentee ballot, please refer to the instructions and absentee ballot application found on the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s web page.

Is there a deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot?
For the State Primary, your registration must be received by September 8th.
For the General Election, your registration must be received by November 3rd.

Where do I mail my absentee ballot or application form?
Your local town/city clerk office, which you can search for here.

Do I need an excuse to vote by mail?
No. If you are concerned about COVID-19, you may request an absentee ballot and check “covid.” Please refer to the instructions and absentee ballot application found on the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s web page.

In-Person Polling Places and Hours

Amherst

Polling Place: Souhegan High School
Address: 412 Boston Post Road
Voting Hours: 6:00am-8:00pm

Merrimack

Polling Place: James Mastricola Upper Elementary School
Address: 26 Baboosic Lake Road
Voting Hours: 7:00am-7:00pm

Polling Place: Merrimack Middle School
Address: 31 Madeline Bennett Lane
Voting Hours: 7:00am-7:00pm

Polling Place: St. John Neumann Church
Address: 708 Milford Road
Voting Hours: 7:00am-7:00pm

Milford

Polling Place: Milford Middle School
Address: 33 Osgood Road
Voting Hours: 6:00am-8:00pm

Wilton

Polling Place: Wilton Town Hall
Address: 42 Main Street
Voting Hours: 8:00am-7:00pm