What to Bring to the Polls

NHDP Voting Resources

Governor Sununu and New Hampshire Republicans have spent two years passing various voter restriction laws to try and make it harder for eligible voters to cast a ballot. Please use this page as a resource to find out exactly what you need to bring to the polls on Election Day to make the voting process as simple as possible.

 

On Election Day, you will need to bring with you ONE of the following:

  • A driver’s license

  • NH Student ID - including colleges and public and non-public high schools

  • A non-driver ID card issued by the DMV

  • Armed Services ID

  • US Passport

  • Other forms of photo ID*

  • Verification of the voter’s identity by a moderator, supervisor of the checklist, or the town or city clerk.

 

If you have any questions, please visit the NH DMV website or click HERE.

 

*If you provide a photo ID not specifically sanctioned on the list, it is up to the moderator, supervisors of the checklist, or the town and city clerk to determine its legitimacy. If your photo ID is deemed illegitimate and you can’t return with another ID, fill out a provisional ballot, which should be provided to you.

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