Political Information

Information about districts, Democratic office holders, town committees, town websites and town elections.

Link to nhdems.org
Index for Democratic websites throughout N.H.

Index Page for Towns and Cities in Hillsborough County
Page for N.H.’s Federal Offices
Page for N.H. Executive Council
Page for N.H. Senate
Page for N.H. House

New Hampshire Secretary of State, Election Division:
Website: sos.nh.gov/Elections.aspx
Town Clerk and Polling Place Database: cfs.sos.nh.gov/app/Public/Reports.aspx
Polling Places and Hours: PollingPlaceSearch
Application for Absentee Ballot (PDF): AbsenteeBallotApplication2012

Voter Registration:
Flyer from League of Women Voters (PDF): voter_registration_2012
How to Register to Vote: sos.nh.gov/nhsos_content.aspx?id=26190#Abs

Voter ID Law:
For the General Election on November 6th all Voters must prove their identity. For most voters proof would be their Drivers License. See flyers for other acceptable proof of identity.

Flyer from League of Women Voters (PDF): photo_id_law_for_2012
Flyer from Secretary of State (PDF): Voter ID Full Sheet


Hillsborough County N.H. had a population of 400,721 in 2010, which was 30.4% of the state’s 1,316,470 people. Within the County the population division was:
Manchester: 109,565 (27.3%)
Nashua: 86,494 (21.6%)
29 Towns: 204,662 (51.1%)

The Hillsborough County Democratic Committee is made up of all registered Democrats in the 29 towns. These towns have 15.5% of the state’s population. The towns ranged in population from Windsor’s 224 to Merrimack’s 25,494.

The seats representing Hillsborough County in the 400-member N.H. House are:
Manchester: 32
Nashua: 27
Towns: 63
Total: 122