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Plan your midterm vote

You have 68 days left to register to vote. There are 81 days until the election.

Key Dates
  • Oct. 09
    First day to vote early in person
  • Oct. 26
    Deadline to register in person
  • Oct. 26
    Deadline to register by mail
  • Nov. 07
    Deadline to request a mail-in ballot
  • Nov. 07
    Last day to vote early in person
  • Nov. 08
    Deadline to mail ballot by
  • Nov. 08
    Election Day
Key Info
  • There are major rule changes in New Hampshire since 2020. See the changes.
  • You can't vote by mail without an excuse
  • You can vote in person before Election Day as an in-person absentee only
  • Yes. Photo ID is required. Voters who do not present valid ID are allowed to cast a challenged ballot, but must mail a written confirmation of their identity and vote to the Secretary of State within 90 days of the election. Valid forms of ID are listed here

Key midterm contests in New Hampshire

Come back for New Hampshire results on September 13, 2022.

Senate Primary results

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Governor Primary results

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All New Hampshire House results

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How New Hampshire voted in past presidential elections

2020 Presidential Results
  • D
    Joe
    BidenWinner
    52.7%
  • R
    Donald
    Trump
    45.4%
2020 Exit Polls

Summary of 2020 Exit Poll data that shows the proportion of how different groups voted.

Men
Men: Democrats47%Men: republicans52%
Women
Women: Democrats58%Women: republicans40%
White
White: Democrats52%White: republicans46%
Black
Not enough data
Hispanic /Latino
Not enough data
Asian
Not enough data
College Graduate
College Graduate: Democrats65%College Graduate: republicans33%
No College degree
No College Degree: Democrats44%No College Degree: republicans54%
2016 Presidential Results
  • D
    Hillary
    ClintonWinner
    47.6%
  • R
    Donald
    Trump
    47.2%
2016 Exit Polls

Summary of 2016 Exit Poll data that shows the proportion of how different groups voted.

Men
Men: Democrats40%Men: republicans53%
Women
Women: Democrats54%Women: republicans41%
White
White: Democrats46%White: republicans48%
Black
Not enough data
Hispanic /Latino
Not enough data
Asian
Not enough data
College Graduate
College Graduate: Democrats47%College Graduate: republicans48%
No College degree
No College Degree: Democrats39%No College Degree: republicans55%