Upcoming Accessible Voting Trainings for the Primary Election which will be held on January 23rd, 2024
Tuesday, November 28th | 12-1PM
Middle Street Baptist Church
18 Court Street – Portsmouth, NH
Thursday, December 7th | 11:30AM-12:30PM
Keene Rec Center
312 Washington Street – Keene, NH
Thursday, December 14th | 12-1PM
Future In Sight
25 Walker Street – Concord, NH
Thursday, December 21st | 12-1PM
Marion Gerrish Center
39 W. Broadway – Derry, NH
Need help getting to one of these trainings? We may be able to provide a ride. Call 603-224-4039 to inquire.
Accessible Absentee Voting Instructional Video
Watch Part 1 and Part 2 of our instructional video below to learn how to cast your Accessible Absentee Ballot.
- Accessible Absentee Voting Instructional Video – Part 1
- Accessible Absentee Voting Instructional Video – Part 2
Listen to the audio recording of Part 1 and Part 2:
Polling Places & Times
Hours vary by municipality, however polls must open at 11am or earlier and cannot close before 7pm.
Rides to the Polls
If you need a ride to the polls on election day:
Visit the NH Democratic Party Headquarters website.
Phone: (603) 225-6899 [email protected]
Phone: 603-225-9341 [email protected]
Registration & Forms of Acceptable ID
When you show up at the polls, bring a form of ID from the list below:
- Driver’s license issued by any state or the federal government
- Photo ID issued by the motor vehicles agency, or office of any other state
- U.S. armed services identification card
- U.S. passport or passcard
- Valid student ID issued by a college, university, or career school in NH
- Valid student ID from NH public high school
- Valid student ID from a nonpublic high school in NH
Problems with Accessible Voting?
Unfortunately, on occasion, some people experience difficulties or issues at their polling place. Here are a few things to keep in mind and what to do if it happens to you.
New Hampshire Voting Law:
It’s the law that every polling place In New Hampshire has an accessible voting system (called One4All). The NH Secretary of State’s office provides the systems to each polling place.
Poll Worker Responsibility:
Upon arrival, you must ask specifically to use the accessible voting system and a poll worker has to put a code for your Ward into the system to initiate it. The poll worker also needs to put the ballot in the printer to assure it is inserted in the right orientation.
Call for Help
If you are not provided with the equipment or assistance that you need on Election Day, contact the Secretary of State’s office at 1-603-271-3242 from your polling place. They have staff available to help.
Go to vote earlier in the day if you can, so that there’s ample time to resolve any issue that might arise.