State, County and Federal Candidate Filing Period: June 3-12, 2020
NO filings will be accepted prior to June 3 nor later than June 12

Forms for filing as a third party candidate in the General Election to be held on November 3, 2020
You can download the  filing forms required below and mail them to the Secretary of State's Office, 107 North Main Street, State House Room 204, Concord, NH 03301
 

 President of the United States:  Declaration of Intent with $250 fee 
AND 3000 nomination papers (1,500 signed by registered voters from each congressional district) 
 

 United States Senator:  Declaration of Intent with $100 fee    
AND 3000 nomination papers (1,500 signed by registered voters from each congressional district) 

Representative in Congress:  
Declaration of Intent with $50 fee  
AND 1,500 nomination papers signed by registered voters in the district  
 

 Governor: Declaration of Intent with $100 fee | RSA 15-A  
AND 3000 nomination papers (1,500 signed by registered voters from each congressional district) 

Executive Councilor:
Declaration of Intent with $25 fee | RSA 15-A 
AND 750 nomination papers signed by registered voters in the district 
 

 State Senator: Declaration of Intent with $10 fee | RSA 15-A 
AND 750 nomination papers signed by registered voters in the district 

County Officer:
Declaration of Intent with $10 fee | RSA 15-A  
AND 150 nomination papers signed by registered voters in the district

State Representative:
Declaration of Intent with $2 fee | RSA 15-A 
AND 150 nomination papers signed by registered voters in the district  
 

 In addition to the Declaration of Intent and fee, the nomination papers must be filed as follows:  

 August 5, 2020 - Last day to submit signed nomination papers to Supervisors of the Checklist in town or city
August 26, 2020 - Supervisors must have nomination papers certified for candidates and organizations
September 2, 2020 - Last day to file certified nomination papers with Secretary of State's Office
 

 RSA 655:14-b Form of Candidate's Name on Ballot; Nicknames.  II. Every candidate for state or federal office who intends to have his or her name placed on the ballot of any party for the state general election by means other than nomination by party primary shall designate in the declaration of intent the form in which the candidate's name shall be printed on the ballot.  The designated name may include the candidate's given name or a shortened form of the candidate's given name or a one-word nickname customarily related to the candidate, and by which the candidate is commonly recognized.  The designated name may also include an initial for the first or middle name, or both.  No candidate may designate a nickname that implies that the candidate is some other person that constitutes a slogan or otherwise associates the candidate with a cause or issue, that has an offensive or profane meaning, or that creates a perception of a professional or vocational affiliation, such as "Doc" or "Coach."  No candidate may designate a name or nickname that includes characters other than the 26-letter English alphabet, a dash, an apostrophe, a period, or a comma.  A candidate shall include his or her surname in the designation of the form in which the candidate's name shall be printed on the ballot