Voting Absentee Due to COVID-19
Can I vote absentee due to COVID-19 concerns?
Any voter may request an absentee ballot for the 2020 Elections based on concerns regarding COVID-19. There is now a box to check for concerns about the coronavirus.
You can also vote absentee if any of the following apply: Absence, Disability, COVD-19 concerns, work obligation or childcare, religious commitments.
Steps to vote absentee:
1. Check your registration HERE
2. Request your ballot now! Submit the complete application for each election (send a seaprate application for primary and general) to your town or city clerk's office by email, email, fax, or in person (check your city or town clerk's office for information about hours).
3. Check your mail for your ballot! It usually arrives about 30 days before the election.
4. VOTE! Fill out your ballot from home. Make sure to sign the envelope!
5. Return your ballot! You can send it in the mail or drop it off in person at your town or city clerk's office.
If you have more questions, call the Democratic Party's Voter Assistance Hotline at
Their Voter Protection Team will offer live assistance Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m
First and foremost, New Hampshire residents and families should call 2-1-1 if they have any questions regarding Covid-19, health and mental health-related resources available.
NH COVID-19 Hotlines:
DHHS COVID-19 Hotline: 2-1-1 or 603-634-3388
Unemployment Assistance Hotline: 603-271-7700
Emergency Daycare System: 855-393-1731
NH Responds Health Professional Volunteer Sign Up:
Nonprofit Volunteer Sign Up: https://volunteernh.org/
$50M Hospital Relief Fund Applications:
New Hampshire Hospitality Employee Relief Fund:
Explanation: Public Health Monitoring/Movement Restriction Terms:
Emergency Responders - Unprotected Exposure Guidelines:
CDC Situation Summary:
World Health Organization: