Absentee ballots for Sept. 8 primary now available

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CONCORD - The Secretary of State's office announced today that absentee ballots for the Sept. 8 primary have been sent to every city and town across New Hampshire. All city and town clerks' offices now have these ballots in-hand, and are able to send absentee ballots to New Hampshire voters who request them.

In light of COVID-19, New Hampshire voters who are ill due to COVID-19, are caring for someone with COVID-19 or symptoms, or who are concerned that voting in person will expose themselves or others to COVID-19, are able to vote by absentee ballot.

The ballots can be requested through your local city or town clerk's office. The Secretary of State's office encourages anyone wishing to vote by absentee to make that request at their earliest opportunity.

Further guidance for voting during COVID-19 can be found on the Secretary of State's website at

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