- Windham Election Audit
- Statement of Secretary of State Bill Gardner regarding the Impact of H.R. 1 on New Hampshire Elections
- Special Election - Bow & Dunbarton (Merrimack District 23)
- Voter Registration & Motor Vehicle Law Jointly Issued FAQs
- Join us to learn how the SBA and SOS can help your business and make filings on our NH Quickstart website
New Hampshire Election Laws
Chapter 652 General Provisions
Chapter 653 Election of Officers and Delegates
Chapter 654 Voters and Checklists
Chapter 655 Nominations
Chapter 656 Preparation of Voting Material
Chapter 657 Absentee Voting Chapter
Chapter 658 Pre-Election Procedure
Chapter 659 Election Procedure
Chapter 660 Post-Election Procedure
Chapter 661 Vacancies Among Public Officers Elected at State Elections
Chapter 662 Elective Districts - Executive Council - State Senate - State Representative - County Commissioner
Chapter 662-A Division of State Representative Districts of Towns
Chapter 663 Questions to Voters
Chapter 664 Political Expenditures and Contributions
Chapter 665 Ballot Law Commission
Chapter 666 Provisions for Purity of Elections
Chapter 667 Constitutional Conventions and State Party Conventions
Chapter 668 Provisions for Unincorporated Places
Chapter 669 Town Elections
Chapter 670 Village District Elections
Chapter 671 School District Elections
Chapter 39 Time for Holding Town Meetings and Warning Thereof (SB2)
Chapter 40 Government of Town Meeting (SB2)
Help America Vote Act
The Help America Vote Act (HAVA) was passed by congress in 2002, and required every state to create and maintain a statewide, centralized voter database, provide accessible voting equipment in every polling place, provide poll worker training, enforce the federal act, and provide voter education on HAVA.
Voter Identification Law
Find the links below to the State of New Hampshire Voter ID Law as well as Explanatory Document on how the Voter ID law will be implemented. Lists of the colleges and schools that fall under the approved forms of photo identification can also be found below by clicking on the available links.
RSA 659:13, II (5)(A)(i - iii)
(i) College, university, or career schools in New Hampshire and approved to operate or licensed to operate in New Hampshire.
(ii) Public high schools in New Hampshire.
(iii) Non Public high schools in New Hampshire accredited by a private school accrediting agency that is recognized by the department of education.