NH Votes 2020

The 2020 Election will be unlike any other in American history.  Divisive politics in the middle of a global pandemic have us walking into uncharted territory. Here in New Hampshire, local governments are working hard to ensure safety at the polls. New Hampshire law has also been changed to add concern about Covid-19 as a reason to request an absentee ballot.

NH notables such as filmmaker Ken Burns, comedian Seth Meyers, Sen Judd Gregg and Gov. John Lynch have recorded some Public Service Announcements to help get the word out. 

Anybody wanting an absentee ballot for the primary and general elections can visit the New Hampshire Secretary of State's web page at sos.nh.gov or the website of their town or city clerk to get forms and instructions.  

For those who want to vote in-person, please wear your mask, expect changes for social distancing, and observe the rules. 

If you are looking for a candidate primer, Citizens Count is assembling a huge database of all candidates on the September and November ballots. 


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NH has changed to add concern about Covid-19 as a reason to request an absentee ballot.


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