- 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)
- Special Election-Town of Merrimack
- Voter Registration & Motor Vehicle Law Jointly Issued FAQs
- CUSTOMER ALERT 2020 Certificate of Status Request Form from “NH Certificate Service”
2021 Town/School/Village District elections, meetings and deliberative sessions
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2020 General Election - Reconciliation
Please register for On Demand Pre-recorded - 2020 General Election - Reconciliation on October 30, 2020 at:
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De-escalation - Tips for effectively communicating with voters
This on demand webinar provides tips for effectively communicating with voters. Director John V. Scippa of the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Council, who teaches communications and de-escalation to first responders presents this webinar.
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2020 Ballot Clerk Procedure at a General Election
This on-demand webinar instructs ballot clerks on the importance of their role at elections and on the proper procedures for checking in a voter and marking the checklist. The webinar is 36 minutes long.
What is New (Joint Guidance Document Review) and Election Law Changes Webinar
On Demand - What is New (Joint Guidance Document Review) and Election Law Changes. This on-demand webinar reviews the joint guidance for the State Primary and election law changes occurring in 2019 and 2020.
State Epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan, MD MPH provides information on best practices for managing your polling place at the upcoming elections in light of COVID-19. Dr. Chan will address guidance issued by the CDC, make New Hampshire specific recommendations, and will answer your questions. This webinar is approximately 1 hour long.
CARES Act Elections Sub Grant webinar
CARES Act Elections Sub Grant
The accounting firm BerryDunn and the Secretary of State's Office explain the sub-grant available to towns and cities to receive partial reimbursement for the expenses of additional absentee ballots at the September 8, 2002 state primary and November 3, 2020 state general elections. This webinar is approximately one hour in length.
Partial Pre-processing of Absentee Ballots
This on-demand webinar explains the procedures for partially pre-processing absentee ballots before election day. HB1266, Laws of 2020, Chapter 14, authorizes partial pre-processing absentee ballot for the September 8, 2020 State Primary and the November 3, 2020 General Election. This is a recorded on demand webinar, watch it at your convenience. This webinar is approximately 35 minutes long.
2020 Ballot Clerk Procedure at a Primary
This on-demand webinar instructs ballot clerks on the importance of their role at elections and on the proper procedures for checking in a voter and marking the checklist. The webinar is 30 minutes long.
2020 Summer Election Training - Security
This On Demand video reviews Security, Cybersecurity, Disinformation and Misinformation. This video will be available until November 30, 2020 and as a PDF, located on the Secretary of State's website.
2020 Summer Election Training Security Power Point
This On Demand - Pre-Recorded Webinar reviews the duties, procedures, forms and best practices of each role of the election officials. Register at this link to view the webinar:
2020 Summer Election Training - Reconciliation - State Primary
This On Demand video reviews the process of reconciling the State Primary using the marked checklist, the absentee ballot lists and machine-count long-form tapes (for machine count towns/wards, if applicable) and the Moderator’s Certificates, Moderator’s Worksheets, Names on Checklist forms, Names on Checklist Worksheets and Return of Votes forms when the polls close.