There are no statewide elections in New Hampshire in 2021
There are municipal elections in Concord on November 2, 2021
Voter Registration Deadline: 6-13 days before Election Day depending on what town you live in, or same day registration if voting in-person
New Hampshire does not have in-person early voting. If you cannot vote in person on election day, you can request a mail-in absentee ballot, more information below.
New Hampshire’s Address Confidentiality Program provides absentee voting and hides the voter registration records of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Learn more here.
Restoration of Voting Rights After Felony Convictions: The right to vote is automatically restored for felons upon their release from incarceration.
ID Requirements for Voting: Photo ID is requested. If ID is not shown, the voter signs a challenged voter affidavit and votes on a regular ballot. A voter verification form must be signed and returned within 90 days.
Absentee Voting: An excuse is required to request an absentee ballot. Voters must request the ballot in writing and fill out the form by hand, no electronic signatures are accepted. The application should be mailed to their city or town clerk’s office. It is recommended to submit the application 7 days before Election Day. View the excuses and the application here.
Gender Gaps in Representation
New Hampshire is one of six states with two women Senators and one of seven that has 50% or more women in its Congressional delegation. New Hampshire ranks 14th in the country for women’s representation in the State Legislature.
New Hampshire Congressional Delegation
New Hampshire State Legislature
New Hampshire had higher voter turnout than the United States overall for both men and women in the 2016 Elections.
Percent Voter Turnout by Gender
Percent Voter Turnout by Race
Other races not shown due to population size