PER CITY OF MANCHESTER WEBSITE (http://www.manchesternh.gov)
THE POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 6:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M unless posted otherwise.
Questions? Please call the City Clerk’s office at (603) 624-6455 during normal business hours. (closed on Election Day!)
PLEASE NOTE THAT VOTER I.D. LAWS CHANGED IN 2012.
This link explains the new voter I.D. Law for 2012 as prepared by the Secretary of State.
YOU MAY REGISTER TO VOTE THE DAY OF THE ELECTION AT THE POLLS:
In order to register to vote in the City of Manchester you must meet the following requirements:
Valid New Hampshire Driver’s License with current Manchester address on the front.
ALL OTHER REGISTRANTS:
Proof of Identification:
Valid Driver’s License, Non-Driver’s ID, Current Passport, Military ID, or a completed Qualified Voter Affidavit signed under the penalties of voting fraud set forth by State Law.
Proof of Domicile:
Valid NH Vehicle Registration, Utility Bill (with applicant’s name on it, i.e. Telephone, Gas, Electric), medical bills, pay stubs showing your Manchester address or other monthly bills, postmarked mail within the last 30 days or a completed Domicile Affidavit signed under the penalties of voting fraud set forth by State Law.
If you are a naturalized citizen you will also need to provide proof of your citizenship or you will be asked to complete a Qualified Voter Affidavit signed under the penalties of voting fraud set forth by State Law.
WHERE DO I VOTE??
MANCHESTER CITY SAMPLE BALLOT BY WARD:
BE READY WHEN YOU GO INTO THE BOOTH:
Can’t decide who to vote For? Find FACTUAL information on the Presidential and Congressional Candidates by clicking the links below:
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This site gives information on who is contributing to presidential and congressional candidates. For instance, if you click on the tab “Politics and Elections”, then click on “Presidential”, then choose a candidate you’d like to know more about by clicking on the name appearing below their picture, then click the smaller tab called “industries”, you can see a break-down of how much that candidate is getting from the top 20 industries. Try it! This website is updated monthly.
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Don’t forget to vote on November 6th! It’s your civic duty.