Electronic Ballot Counting Devices

  •                         New Hampshire Municipalities which use the ACCUVOTE Ballot Counting Devices
    (updated June 2014)
    On the Accuvote ballot, the voter fills in an oval which is placed next to a candidate's name.  
    After voting, the voter places the ballot in a ballot counting device which will read all votes cast on that ballot.
    Allenstown Canterbury  Gilmanton Lebanon (3) New London Rye
    Alton Chester Goffstown Lee Newmarket Salem
    Amherst Claremont (3) Gorham Litchfield Newfields Sanbornton
    Antrim Concord (10) Grafton Littleton Newbury Sandowm
    Ashland Conway Grantham Londonderry Newport Seabrook
    Atkinson Danville Greenland Loudon Newton Somersworth (5)
    Auburn Deerfield Hampstead Madison North Hampton Stratham
    Barnstead Derry Hampton Manchester (12) Northwood Sunapee
    Barrington Dover (6) Hampton Falls Meredith Nottingham Swanzey
    Bedford Durham Hanover Merrimack Ossipee Tamworth
    Belmont East Kingston Henniker Middleton Pelham Tilton
    Berlin (4) Enfield Hillsborough Milan Pembroke Wakefield
    Boscawen Epping Hollis Milford Peterborough Walpole
    Bow Epsom Hooksett Milton Pittsfield Weare
    Brentwood Exeter Hopkinton Moultonborough Plaistow Winchester
    Bristol Farmington Hudson Nashua (9) Plymouth Windham
    Brookline Franklin  (3) Jaffrey New Boston Portsmouth (5) Wolfeboro
    Campton Fitzwilliam Keene (5) New Durham Raymond  
    Canaan Fremont Kingston New Hampton Rindge  
    Candia Gilford Laconia (6) New Ipswich Rochester (6)  


    All other municipalities in New Hampshire use paper ballots, where the voter marks an X in a box printed next to a candidate's name and votes are counted by hand.