All elections in the Town of Campton are held at the new Municipal Building located at 12 Gearty Way (behind the Fire Station). All State & Federal Election polling hours are from 8:00am to 7:00pm and all Town election polling hours are from 8:00am to 7:00pm, unless otherwise noted. The annual Town Meeting is held at the Campton Elementary School in the gymnasium located at 1110 NH RT 175 the day after Town elections in March.
- March 9, 2021 – Town Election – 8:00am-7:00pm – Municipal Building (12 Gearty Way) Yes! Voting is still taking place on this date!
- March 10, 2021 – Town Meeting – 6:30 pm – Campton Elem School (1110 NH RT 175) POSTPONED per Board of Selectmen. New Date: May 12, 2021. For more information, visit the Board of Selectmen’s webpage.
Registering to vote:
Registering to vote can be done by visiting the Town Clerk’s Office during normal business hours. You must be at least 18 years old on Election Day in order to register. Proper identification required. You may also register at a Supervisor of the Checklist’s meeting when in session. The Supervisors of the Checklist approve voter registration applications. You may also register the same day of the election at the polls.
LAST DAY TO CHANGE PARTY AFFILIATION BEFORE STATE PRIMARY: June 2, 2020 (for State Primary on September 8, 2020)
Are you currently registered “UNDECLARED”? If YES, you may still VOTE in a PRIMARY!
Yes! An “Undeclared” voter MUST choose a party when checking in at the Primary Election. The “Undeclared” voter then receives a ballot for the party of his/her choice, and then becomes part of that party that they choose. (i.e. if someone chooses a Republican ballot at the Primary, they are now registered as a Republican; if someone chooses a Democrat ballot at the Primary, they are now registered as a Democrat.)
AFTER VOTING: A voter may return to the “Undeclared” status by visiting the Supervisors of the Checklist before leaving the polling area.
“Use the link below to check on your party affiliation and/or absentee ballot request status”