Elections / Voter Info
The mission of the City Clerk’s Office is to provide City of Concord residents with an election process in accordance with Article 11 of the Constitution of the State of New Hampshire and in accordance with the City of Concord City Charter.
Registering to Vote
Residents who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, and a United States Citizen may register to vote at their municipal clerk’s office and/or at the polls on Election Day. Alternatively, if they will be out of town or if they have a disability or concerns about COVID-19, they may register by absentee. To register, residents must be able to prove identity, age, residency and citizenship or, if registering in person, sign an affidavit attesting to these qualifications. For questions specific to documentation needed in order to register to vote please call the Clerk’s Office.
There will be a Supervisor Session on Wednesday, October 21, 2021 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM at the City Clerk’s Office, 41 Green Street, to accept voter registration. This is the last day to preregister to vote and avoid waiting in line to register on Election Day.
Voting During COVID-19 & Absentee Ballots
Absentee Ballots are available at the City Clerk’s Office. If you are a registered voter or will register to vote at least 10 days in advance of an election, and are unable to vote at the polls on Election Day due to absence from town or physical disability, you may obtain an absentee ballot from the City Clerk.
Write to, or appear at, the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall to request your ballot. During a primary election, voters not declared to a party will be asked to declare a party on their ballot request application. Ballots are given in-hand to the voter or delivered via U.S. mail.
View or download the absentee ballot request form for Elections to be held in 2020.
Visit our Voting During COVID-19 Page for more information, as well as the quick links on this page.