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  • In Person: Election Day (November 3)
  • By Mail: Received 8 days before Election Day (October 26)
  • Online: 8 days before Election Day (October 26)
  • Voter registration for the 2020 election ended October 6
  • In Person: By 5:00 p.m. 10 days before Election Day (October 24). If you miss the deadline, you can also register to vote in-person during early vote or on Election Day (November 3)
  • By Mail: Postmarked 15 days before Election Day (October 19 or earlier), or received by 5:00 p.m. 10 days before Election Day (October 24)
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  • In Person: If you deliver your application to your city or township clerk’s office, 8:00 p.m. on Election Day at your city or township clerk office. If you submit an application through a voter registration drive or deliver your application to a county clerk’s or Secretary of State’s office, 15 days before Election Day (October 19)
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  • In Person: If you plan to register at your polling place, Election Day (November 3). If you plan to register by delivering your application to your county auditor or to the Secretary of State’s office, by 5:00 p.m. on October 13
  • By Mail: Received 5:00 p.m. 21 days before Election Day (October 13)
  • Online: Submitted by 11:59 p.m. 21 days before Election Day (October 13)
  • In Person: If you plan to register at an early voting location or your polling place, Election Day (November 3). If you plan to register by delivering your application to your County or City Clerk’s Office, 28 days before Election Day (October 6)
  • By Mail: Voter registration for the 2020 election ended October 6
  • Online: Thursday before Election Day (October 29)
  • In Person: You can register in-person on Election Day (November 3). For further detail, check out New Hampshire’s memorandum on accommodations.
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  • Voter registration for the 2020 election ended October 5.
  • In Person: 15 days before Election Day (October 19)
  • By Mail: Received 15 days before Election Day (October 19)
  • Online: 15 days before Election Day (October 19)
  • In Person: 22 days before Election Day (October 12)
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