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Elections & Voting

Contact: Cynthia DeRoy, Town Clerk/Tax Collector
Address: PO Box 310
143 Main Street
Belmont, NH 03220-0310
Phone: 603-267-8300 x 2
Fax: 603-267-8305 
Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:00pm 


 Supervisors of the Voter Checklist (6-yr Term)
 Nikki Wheeler (2021)  Brenda Paquette (2019)  Donna Shepherd (2020)

Special Election for State Representative

A Special Election for State Representative from Belknap County District 9 (Belmont, Laconia Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6) will be held on September 12, 2017, 7am to 7pm. Voting in Belmont shall be held at the Belmont Corner Meeting House, 16 Sargent Street, Upper Level.  No primary will be held.  Notice

Belmont High School Hosts Candidates Night

2014 - Readying the Belmont High School and LRPA-TV production are (left to right): Dexter Hecita, LRPA-TV videographer; Student Council member Michael Burbank, moderator Andrew Bragg, who also serves as student representative to the Shaker Regional School District Board and is co-president of the Class of 2016, and Taylor Becker, the other co-president.
Courtesy photo.


Visit NH Secretary of State's Election Division Website for additional information.

See Belmont Town Meeting Page for more information on Town & School District meetings and other important date and documents.

General Election
Date:  Tuesday, November 8, 2016, 7am to 7pm, Belmont High School Gym, 255 Seavey Road.


All Election Voting is held at the Belmont High School, 255 Seavey Road.  Polls are open from 7a.m. to 7p.m.

You may register to vote or make changes in your registration in accordance with applicable guidelines at either the Town Clerk's Office or at a meeting of the Supervisors of the Voter Checklist. Items needed include:

Proof of US Citizenship     -     Proof of Belmont residency     -     Drivers License or other photo identification

NEW ELECTION LAW, effective September 1, 2015 - Voters must show a valid photo ID to vote OR he/she may execute a challenged voter affidavit, and the Moderator shall take a photograph of the voter and attach photo to the affidavit in order to vote on election day,(RSA 659:13 Obtaining a Ballot)

Absentee Ballots  If you are going to be out of town on the date of the election, you can mail, email, or stop by the Town Clerk's office to request an absentee ballot. Please keep in mind that you must provide a separate request for each person that wishes to receive a ballot. When mailing in your request, please indicate the address you would like the ballot mailed to, and your signature must be on the request.  

Voter Registration for Town and School District Meetings

You must be a Registered Belmont Voter to participate at both Town Meeting Sessions and at the School District meeting. Residents wishing to register to vote may do so in any one of the following ways and must provide Proof of US Citizenship, a Driver's License or other acceptable photo identification, and Proof of Belmont Residency (utility bill, vehicle registration, etc.). 

You may register at the Town Clerk's Office except as limited by law.  You may also register with the Checklist Supervisors(See additional applicable registration info below and on the Town Meeting page)

Although you can also register to vote at Town Meeting Second Session (Election/Voting Day of Town and School District Meetings), please consider registering with either the Town Clerk or Checklist Supervisors to avoid a long registration line on the actual voting days.

See the Town Meeting page for Voter Checklist Supervisors meetings.

As of January 11, 2016, there are:
4,639 Voters Registered in the Town of Belmont
Democrats - 1,135     Republicans - 1,771     Undeclared - 1,733