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Hi New Hampshire, if you want to vote in  the 2022 midterm elections there are three   steps you need to take.

Register, make  your plan, and of course, vote.   Let's start with getting registered. You’ll  need to visit your town clerk’s office and   fill out a form by October 25th.

You  can find a list of their locations and   hours at If you  miss that date though, you can still register   on election day at your polling place. Then it’s time to make your plan for   how you’re going to vote.

If you’re going to be out of town,   can’t get to the polls because you’re ill or  disabled, or maybe you want to vote in New   Hampshire, but you go to college somewhere  else, then you can vote absentee.   To do that, you need to fill out a form to request  your ballot and send it to your Town Clerk’s   office. There’s no official deadline to request  your ballot, but the sooner you do it the better.   That way you have time for your town clerk  to get your application, mail you a ballot,   and for you to mail it back so that it gets to  them no later than November 8th. New Hampshire   estimates that it will take 7 days to get your  ballot after you send in your request.   For everyone else, you’ll need to vote in  person on election day.

You can look up   where you’ll vote at this link. Polls open between  6am and 11am and close at 7pm—be sure to check   that link to find your town’s voting hours. You’ll also need to bring a photo ID with you.

A   drivers license, state ID, passport, military  ID, or a student ID from a high school or   college in New Hampshire will work. Now you have your plan for how you’re going   to vote, where you need to go, what  time you’re going to vote, and what ID   you’re going to bring. You just need to follow  the plan, and go vote on November 8th.   If you want to know everything that you can vote  for ahead of time, you can find a sample ballot at so you have time  to research candidates and make your decisions.   You don’t have to vote for everything for  your ballot to count, but this is your best   chance to choose who gets to make decisions  about your life: all the way from congress   to your city council or school board.

We’ve put all the links for everything you   need to register, vote absentee, find your  polling place, and locate your sample ballot   at Thank you for voting!