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Election Day is November 3.

Do you know where your polling place is located? 

  • Ward 1: Claremont Middle School – 107 South Street
  • Ward 2: Claremont Middle School – 107 South Street
  • Ward 3: Disnard Elementary School – 160 Hanover Street

Not sure in which Ward you live? 

Requesting an Absentee Ballot?  Track the status of your ballot here,

Voter Registration & Correction

Public Notice

The Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session on Wednesday, October 28, 2020, from 7:00pm to 7:30pm in the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, for the purpose of registering new voters and making corrections to the voter checklist.

This is the last day to register or make changes for the election being held on November 3, 2020.

WHERE AND WHEN DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?

In person at the City Clerk’s Office, 58 Opera House Square, Monday-Friday 10:00am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-5:00pm, up to 10 days prior to an election.

In person at a session of the Supervisors of the Checklist. Meeting information is posted in the newspaper prior to the session.

In person at the polling place on Election Day, 8:00am-7:00pm.

Absentee registration is allowed for residents who are temporarily absent from the City (such as college student or overseas citizens) and residents who are physically disabled and unable to appear in person.

Please contact the Clerk’s Office at 603-542-7003 for further information.

WHAT DOCUMENTATION DO I NEED FOR VOTER REGISTRATION?

To Register to Vote, you must prove your identity/age, citizenship and residency. The following documents can be used for proof

TO PROVE IDENTITY/AGE:

  • Driver’s License
  • Birth Certificate
  • Passport
  • Government issued photo identification
  • Qualified voter affidavit

TO PROVE CITIZENSHIP:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Passport
  • Naturalization papers
  • Qualified voter affidavit

TO PROVE RESIDENCY:

  • Driver’s License with Claremont address printed on the front
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Current dated Rent Receipt, pay stub, utility bill
  • Bank Statement

Rethink Pleasant Street

To keep Pleasant Street relevant and vibrant, the City has engaged the services of McFarland Johnson to assess function, aesthetics and infrastructure needs based upon extensive input from members of the community and business owners. We want your opinion!

Below are the most recent presentations reviewed as part of a public meeting and also before the City Council July 8.  Also included is are video of the public meeting.  Additional information can be found at http://www.rethinkpleasantstreet.com

Councilor Erica Sweetser presented a comprehensive history of the issues surrounding revitalizing Claremont's downtown at the July 22, 2020 Council Meeting.

Councilor Erica Sweetser Presentation July 22, 2020

Rethink Pleasant Street Presentation for City Council July 8, 2020

Rethink Pleasant Street Presentation for Public Meeting July 8

Recording of Pleasant Street Public Meeting July 8