Registered New Hampshire voters will be asked to show an acceptable photo ID at the polls to vote. Voters without ID can sign an affidavit and vote a regular ballot.
VoteRiders provides information and free, expert assistance to help you with voter ID. We can help with renewing your expired ID, obtaining the documents needed to secure your ID, and covering the cost of getting to and from ID-issuing offices. Call or text VoteRiders’ Voter ID Helpline: 844-338-8743.
GUIDE TO VOTER ID RULES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
PHOTO ID - expiration or issuance date not to exceed 5 years#:
- Driver's license from any state or federal government
- Non-driver’s ID card issued by any state
- US armed services ID or passcard
- US passport or passcard
- Student ID issued by listed institutions in NH (postsecondary schools; requires date of issuance)
- Any other photo ID considered legitimate
# If age 65 or older, ok if ID is expired.
Any voter who does not present an approved photo ID, or have their identity verified by an election official, will be permitted to vote after executing a challenged voter affidavit.
If someone moves to a new New Hampshire address within 30 days of voting, he or she must present proof of intent to stay in New Hampshire to the town clerk. Here are the state's new residency requirements and the requirements to obtain a NH driver’s license or state ID. If the voter does not present this proof, he or she may be investigated, including a home visit by election officials.
FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST TIME VOTERS
First-time voters, including those who have not voted in a previous Federal election or who have never voted in their county of residence in a Federal election, must present documentation proving their identity in order to complete their voter registration. This is required under the federal Help America Vote Act, enacted in 2002.