How to Vote by Mail in New Hampshire for the 2022 Election

New Hampshire’s state primaries are on Tuesday, September 13 – less than a month away. But for some residents, voting is now possible. The New Hampshire Secretary of State’s office distributed its mail-in ballots to cities this week. Eligible voters can now request, receive and cast their primary ballots.

After an unusual pandemic-era election in 2020, which saw a record number of mail-in votes in the state, mail-in voting rules are reverting to their pre-COVID 19 status.

Here’s what you need to know about absentee voting in 2022.

Who can get mail-in ballots?

To obtain an absentee ballot, a voter must know that they will either be away from the town or city where they live on Election Day, unable to turn up at the polls due to a disability or illness, unable to attend due to work or duty of care, or unable to attend due to religious practice.

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