The Supervisors of the Checklist maintain and ensure the accuracy of the voter checklist for all local, state, and national elections.
The term of office of the Supervisors is for six year which begin with the date of the May Town Meeting.
How to Register to Vote in Soddard, NH
You may register to vote with the town clerk at the town hall during regular business hours, Tuesday and Thursday 11AM – 6PM, at a supervisor of the checklist public session, or on election day. The Supervisors of the Checklist shall be in session on a day designated by the supervisors 6 to 13 days prior to any election. After this sesion registration will be closed until Election Day. Notice of supervisor's public sessions will be posted at the Town Hall, Town Office, the town website, and the town of Stoddard, NH resident Facebook page.
A person must meet the following to register and vote in New Hampshire
- 18 Years of age or older on election day
- A United States Citizen
- Domiciled in the town or ward where the person seeks to vote
You need to provide proof of your identity, age, citizenship, and domicile to register. Proof can be either by documents or by affidavit if you do not have documents with you. You may present documents in paper or electronic form.
|Proof of Identity and Age||Proof of Citizenship||Proof of Domicile|
A New Hampshire Real ID is NOT proof of citizenship
Documents must identify your name and your current street address (where you are domiciled, not a PO Box).
Many types of documents fill this requirement. The following documents are examples of acceptable proof of domicile. You need only one document.
- The voter checklist closes 10 days prior to any election. This means no registrations or changes can be accepted until Election Day, at which time you may register in person at the polls. Check with the Town Clerk's Office for exact date and time.
- Once the filing period for any primary opens, no party changes can be accepted until after that primary election. For a state primary the filing period runs from the first Wednesday in June until after the state primary election in September. The filing period for the presidential primary fluctuates depending on the date set by New Hampshire’s Secretary of State.
- Once you are registered, your name remains on the Stoddard checklist for all town, state, federal and school district elections. Only a photo I.D. is needed for voting once registered. If you move to another New Hampshire town, you must register to vote there.
- New Hampshire election laws change rather frequently. For further information about voter registration requirements, election dates, and registration deadlines, visit the NH Secretary of State’s website at www.sos.nh.gov.