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Memo from the Attorney General About Voter Registration in NH

Published: 10/06/2017

Recent publicity about the 2017 changes to the voter registration requirements in New Hampshire has made the entire registration process seem daunting and confusing.  For the large majority of new voters, registering to vote remains a simple process. You may visit our How to Register to Vote page for a sample list of documents and procedures that will be accepted to prove your domicile, identity, age, and citizenship for voting.

For those residents that simply do not have suitable proof of domicile, particularly if you are trying register on election day, you will be able to register and vote on election day by completing the necessary forms at the polls.  The NH Attorney General memorandum released on September 18, 2017 explains the typical documents used to produce evidence of domicile along with the nuances within the legal definition of "domicile for voting purposes."

Not sure where to vote?  Check out our interactive "Where do I vote" page for an easy guide to get you where you need to go or call the City Clerk's Office at 624-6455.

Absentee and Sample Ballots Now Available

Published: 10/06/2017

Absentee and sample ballots for the Non-Partisan Municipal General and Special State General Elections (District 15/Ward 8 only) are now available at the City Clerk's Office.  You may also visit our Sample Ballot page to view your ward ballot(s).  These elections will be held on November 7, 2017 between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. 

An absentee ballot request form may be printed from our Voter Registration and Elections page from the convenience of your home, or may be requested via email at or by calling us at 603-624-6455.


Official Results for the Special Municipal and Primary Elections

Published: 09/20/2017

Official election results are now available on our election page.  A total of 11,134 votes were cast during the Non-Partisan Municipal Primary Election held on September 19th at Manchester polls.  This total represents a nearly 20% turnout of all registered voters in the city – slightly less than the average turnout of all municipal primaries (22.5%) over the past 37 years. 

The next election for Manchester voters, the Non-Partisan Municipal General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, in all wards.  Ward ballots will also include two referendum questions - a non-binding question asking voters to select their favorite option for a city flag to represent Manchester along with a binding question seeking voter approval for Keno to be brought to Manchester.  A public hearing on Keno will be held later in October to provide more information to residents. 

For more election information, visit our Voter Registration and Elections page or call us at (603)624-6455.  Thank you for voting!

Notice To Ward 6 Voters

Published: 07/03/2017

On June 6th, the Board of Mayor & Aldermen accepted a request on behalf of the ward 6 selectmen seeking a move of all voting activities to the Henry J. McLaughlin Middle School, effective immediately.  Polling location change notices were mailed to the addresses of all registered voters during the week of July 3rd.

Selectmen are excited over the new polling location within the gymnasium of one of the city's premier middle schools.  Ample parking and an expansive, modern space for all voting activities highlight the list of improvements to your voting experience. 

Your next scheduled election at Henry J. McLaughlin Middle School will be held on September 19, 2017.  If you need any assistance or further information on the new location please contact us at 603-624-6455.

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