Rep. Paul R. Bergeron Serving NH Hills. Dist. 29 (Nashua Ward 2)
IN-PERSON VOTER REGISTRATION IN NASHUA NOW CLOSED. QUALIFIED RESIDENTS MAY STILL REGISTER TO VOTE AT THE POLLS ON ELECTION DAY.
The City Clerk's Office will continue to offer in-person Absentee Ballot Request and Absentee Ballot drop-off services at 14 Court Street daily from 10 am - 4 pm through Friday, October 30th. 14 Court Street is the former Arts & Science Center/Fire Station. The entrance is directly across from the Nashua Public Library plaza.
You may still submit your request for an absentee ballot, but the window of opportunity to do so is shrinking. All absentee ballots must be received by mail by the City Clerk by 5 pm on election day; dropped off in-person or by a duly-authorized agent to the City Clerk by Monday, Nov. 2; or dropped off at the polls by the voter or a duly-authorized delivery agent on election day by 5 pm. Keep in mind that it takes time to submit your request, to have the ballot mailed to you, and to have the ballot mailed back to the City Clerk!
Once the ballot request form is completed and signed, mail or email it to your city or town clerk. Nashua residents should address the request form to: Office of the City Clerk, 229 Main Street, Nashua, NH 03060 or CityClerkDept@NashuaNH.gov.
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