NH Voter ID Law Information
Hollis residents 18 or older may register to vote in person at the Town Clerk's office.
Regular business hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am-1pm
Mondays 7-9pm, 1st & 3rd Tuesday of month 7-9pm
1st Saturday of month 8-11am
What to bring:
Proof of citizenship - birth certificate, passport, or naturalization papers if naturalized citizen
Proof of age - reasonable documentation indicating 18 years or older at the next election
and Proof of residency - examples: vehicle registration, current postmarked mail, lease, utility bill or payroll stub with residence
Please call the Town Clerk if you have any questions about what documents to bring 465-2064
Note: In New Hampshire, no one is permitted to register to vote during the ten days prior to an election. This allows the Town Clerk time to update and print the checklists used at the polls on election day. However, you may register to vote on Election Day at the polls.
Not sure which party you are registered to vote as? Click here to find out: Party Information
Registering to Vote
If you need to register to vote and will be absent from town; i.e. student, away from now until election time, you may request the forms by mail. The request MUST be made in writing to the Town Clerk. You will be mailed the following documents:
New Hampshire Voter Registration Form: Complete entire form, read and sign affidavit. Please provide a local phone number in the space on the right (for official use) in case a Supervisor of the Checklist needs to contact you.
Qualified Voter Affidavit: This form needs to be completed and signed in the presence of a Notary Public.
Domicile Affidavit: This form needs to be completed and signed in the presence of a Notary Public.
Mail all three forms to the Town Clerk, 7 Monument Square, Hollis, NH 03049
Supervisors of the Checklist:
Peggy Larkin, Chairman