At UNH, we believe in letting students’ voices be heard. If you are eligible, you are encouraged to participate in the country’s political process by registering to vote. You are encouraged to vote with an absentee ballot from your home state, or to register to vote in New Hampshire.
State General Election - November 8, 2022
Registering to vote in New Hampshire is quick and easy, especially when you bring appropriate identification.
Registering to vote requires you to demonstrate four attributes about yourself:
You may register in person at the town or city clerk’s office up to 10 days prior to an election, or on Election Day at the polling place.
In addition, UNH is collaborating with the town of Durham to offer in-person voter registration tabling at the following dates/locations:
For additional information and questions regarding registration, please click here.
New Hampshire election law provides college students with a special privilege when determining where they register to vote. A college student in New Hampshire may choose as their voting domicile either the domicile they held before entering college or the domicile they established while attending college. Students may ONLY have one voting domicile.
UNH Durham students living on-campus may use WebCat to prove their residency in Durham. Those living off-campus, but in Durham, can use a piece of mail or a copy of their lease.
More information for students voting in: Durham Manchester Concord
Register ahead of time or request an absentee registration packet from your city or town clerk. On election day, you may vote by absentee ballot or in person. If you are not yet registered, you can do so at the polls. To find your city/town clerk's office and polling location, click here.
Contact your town clerk or Secretary of State or visit the Election Assistance Commission for more information regarding absentee voting.