Elections

Voter Information Look-up

Voter Registration


The following documents are required for voter registration in the State of New Hampshire.
  • Proof of Identity (examples: drivers license, non-drivers ID, or passport - or a Qualified Voter Affidavit may be completed)
  • Proof of Citizenship (examples: birth certificate, passport or naturalization papers - or a Qualified Voter Affidavit may be completed
  • Proof of Domicile/Residency (examples: utility bill, mail with your current address post marked within the last 30 days  

The Municipal General Election will be held on November 2, 2021 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.



The supervisors of the Checklist will meet on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 from 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Laconia City Hall, City Clerk's Office for the purpose of making corrections/changes to the checklist. Registrations and changes will be accepted at this session. 

Supervisors of the Checklist:
Marilyn Brown, Ward 1
Marie Clark, Ward 2
David Stamps, Ward 3
Amber Flanders, Ward 4
Christine Callaghan, Ward 5
 Lynda Brock, Ward 6 (Chair)

Testing of the AccuVote Ballot Counting devices to be used in all Wards for the November 2, 2021, Municipal Election, will be conducted on Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at City Hall in the City Clerk's Office beginning at 9 am. Testing will continue until completed, with a break from 11 am until 12 pm. This testing is open to the public for observation in accordance with RSA 656:42.


If you have additional question regarding voter registration, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 527-1265.

POLITICAL SIGNS

The City of Laconia follows suit with the State of New Hampshire's RSA 664:17 in regards to NOT posting political signs on the City of Laconia's property.

RSA 664:17 regulates the placement of political advertising.

  • Public property - no political advertising shall be place or affixed to any public property including highway rights-of-way
  • Private property - requires the owners consent
  • Utility poles/highway signs - no political advertising is allowed
  • State-owned rights-of-way - political advertising is allowed as long as the advertising does not obstruct the safe flow of traffic and the advertising is placed with the consent of the owner of the land over which the right-of-way passes

Election Documents