Bennington Election Information
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Important Information about NH's
Photo ID Law:
At every Election, you will be asked for a Photo ID
prior to casting your ballot!
Note: If you do not have a Photo ID,
you will still be allowed to vote.
Click here for more information.



Supervisors' Session
Saturday, February 27
Town Hall Conference Room
11:00 p.m. to 11:30

Masks are required
No Exceptions!

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Town Election
Tuesday, March 9
Pierce School
8:00 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Masks are required
No Exceptions!

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For Town Election (March 9), all voters may vote absentee during the
Covid-19 pandemic!
Call the Town Clerk at (603) 588-2189
for an Absentee Ballot, or ------->
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3 ways to register to vote:

1. You may register to vote with the
Supervisors of the checklist at their
Saturday, February 27 - Supervisors' Session
in the Bennington Town Hall conference room
11:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

2. You may register to vote with the
Town clerk - call 588-2189

3. You may also register to vote when you request your absentee ballot from the Town Clerk.



FEDERAL GOVT. LINKS:
Download your Absentee Ballot Application
HERE
Note: anyone who does not wish to vote in person due to concerns regarding Covid-19 may check off the box on the Absentee ballot application that says:
I am unable to vote in person due to a disability.
Mail your Absentee Ballot Application to:

       Town Clerk
       Town of Bennington
       7 School Street
       Bennington, NH 03442

Copies of the Town Reports are available at the Town Hall - call 588-2189

Don't forget to vote
Tuesday, March 9!

Local elections are important. You will be voting on the Town Budget and Warrant Articles, as well as Elected positions in Town including:

Selectman, Cemetery Trustee, Library Trustee, Planning Board, School Board Representative, Trustee of the Trust Fund, Water and Sewer Commissioner, Zoning Board of Adjustment.