The Town offices will be closed on Tuesday November 8, 2022 for the General Election. Hope to see you at the polls !!
How to Register to Vote
There are four ways to register to vote in New Hampshire. Each requires proof of identity, age, citizenship, and where you live. If you do NOT have documentation proving one or more of these things, you may sign an official form (affidavit).
Register to vote at the town (or city) clerk’s office up to 6-13 days before any election
- The town clerk’s office is at 756 Dalton Road, Dalton, NH 03598.
- The town clerk’s office hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 7am to 4pm, unless otherwise posted on our HOME page.
Register to vote with your local Supervisors of the Checklist
- Supervisors of the Checklist are required to meet at designated times to accept registrations and changes in party affiliation.
- These times are posted in the town office and other public places (be specific about where).
- (Supervisors of the Checklist hours should also be posted here and the list updated as needed.)
Register to vote on the day of any election, at the polling place
- This will take extra time. Look for the voter registration table.
Register absentee, by mail
- If you are unable to register in person because of physical disability (including serious illness or fear of contracting serious illness), religious beliefs, military service, or because of temporary absence, you may register by mail.
- Request an absentee voter registration packet from your town or city clerk.
- The absentee voter registration form must be witnessed by another person. Both forms are to be returned to your town or city clerk.
How to Vote
Voting In Person
- Polling place location:
- 756 Dalton Road, Dalton, NH 03598
- 8am to 7pm
- Voter photo ID requirements: Voter ID Explanatory Document Link Here: <https://www.sos.nh.gov/sites/g/files/ehbemt561/files/documents/Posters/voter-id-explanatory-document-5-2022.pdf>
- Accessible voting services: Voters who need accessible voting services can check the Secretary of State’s website for more information about voting accessibility. Link here: <https://www.sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/register-vote/absentee/accessible-voting>
Voting By Absentee Ballot (Restricted)
- Absentee Ballot Application Link <https://www.sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/absentee-ballots/request-absentee-ballot>
- An application for an absentee ballot may be returned in person or by mail, fax, or email to your town or city clerk, provided there is an actual (NOT electronic) signature.
- The reasons for requesting an absentee ballot include; being absent from the voter’s city or town, a religious observance, disability or illness, and employment commitments (including caregiving) during the entire time the polls are open. Absentee ballots may also be available when a weather emergency impacts an election.
- Absentee ballots are available from your town or city clerk approximately 30 days before an election. Request the absentee ballot application from the clerk or download the application online. If you wish, you may submit a request in writing that should include all the information required on the application: your name, voting address, mailing address and your signature.
- Voters living outside the United States may file a “UOCAVA absentee ballot application. Link here: <https://www.sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/uniformed-overseas>
- For more information on voting in New Hampshire, visit the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s website here: <https://www.sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/voting-new-hampshire>