If you think you might be registered but aren't sure, you may check here:

    https://app.sos.nh.gov/voterinformation  Be sure to scroll down after you search.

If you are not registered to vote in Peterborough, you may  

Register in person up until about ten days before the election at the Town Clerk's  

Register at the polls on Election Day.

Register by mail (if you qualify for an absentee ballot). Call the Town Clerk, Linda

What identification do you need to register to vote?

Do you need more help?

Guyette at (603) 784-5605 and ask her to send you the voter registration materials, or check off the second box on the absentee ballot application to request these materials.

Office, Town House, 1 Grove Street. (Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 5:30pm).  Keepers of the Checklist will be available at the Town House to register voters about a week before the election.

How to Register to Vote

You will find a good description of documents needed to register here and even more details here.  If you do not have any proof of your domicile or residency, you may ask Sherry Gauthier or Kim Mansfield to write a letter testifying to your residency.  They generally provide such a letter to you when you move in.  If your letter is more than a year old, ask for a new one.

If you need further advice about registering to vote, please contact Mary Vallier-Kaplan.