Voter Registration

**NOTICE TO PIERMONT VOTERS**

ATTENTION PIERMONT VOTERS

     The general election is Tuesday, November 3.  Our polls will be open from 10:00 to 7:00.  We will hold the election in the Piermont Village School gym where we can safely socially distance.  Masks are required in the school.

     We have, however, designated a second polling place at the Old Church Building, for those voters who are unable or unwilling to wear masks but desire to vote in person.  This secondary polling place has been approved by the NH Secretary of State,

     In Piermont we are dedicated to fair and responsible elections.

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ATTENTION PIERMONT VOTERS

In accordance with Laws of 2020

Chapter 14

 Moderators are authorized to partially process the absentee ballots that have been received by the clerk prior to the date set for the partial processing. Piermont will do the partial processing on Saturday, October 31 starting at 1:00.  This will take place in the Old Church Building.  The public is invited to observe.

 

 If you are concerned about in-person VOTER REGISTRATION, please go to:  https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/register-to-vote/absentee/

to learn about ABSENTEE VOTER REGISTRATION.

If you do not wish to vote in person, please go to:

https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/absentee-ballots/

to learn about how to obtain and submit an ABSENTEE BALLOT.”

Any voter or potential voter may go to the Town Clerk’s Office, during regular hours, to register to vote, to change registration or party information, to obtain an absentee voter registration form or to apply for an absentee ballot.”

Emergency-Order-43 Application to Change Party Affiliation fill-in Communication from Secretary of State Bill Gardner on Emergency Order #43

FAQ’s;

COVID-19 Instructions to public May 18 2020 (1) FAQ Supervisors Pre Primary Final

 

To view complete results, click below

Town Election Results 2017

Town Election-Results 2018

 

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Here is Ellis Robie clearing a path for voters at the old Church Building on March 14, 2017.

 

You may register to vote by completing the appropriate form available in the Town Clerk’s office and may do so up until 10 days before an election.  You may also register with the Supervisors of the Checklist, who maintain the voter registration list, at any of their sessions held on specified dates, which are posted on the Town calendar and outside the Clerk’s Office, before every election.  The Supervisors of the Checklist may also register voters on the day of an election at the polls.

Copies of the voter registration list are available from the Town Clerk at a cost of $25.00 for each copy.

Those wishing to register must be 18 years of age, provide proof of residency of the Town– a P.O. Box is not sufficient- a Birth Certificate or Passport and a valid NH Driver’s License.  The registration form must be completed at the Town Clerk’s Office, a Supervisors of the Checklist Session or at the polling place.

You may obtain an Absentee Ballot from the Town Clerk only for yourself; you cannot pick up or submit for anyone else.  Each individual Absentee Ballot must be given personally or mailed to the Town Clerk prior to the Election Day.  To obtain an Absentee Ballot you must be on the voter registration checklist.

2017 Warrant

2019 Warrant