All voter information listed below is the latest updated version from the Rochester City Clerk. Please be sure to visit https://www.rochesternh.gov/how-to-vote-in-rochester-nh for more information.
Wards are electoral districts used in a city for local elections and polling. It’s essentially where your neighborhood goes to vote. Find your Ward online or call the City Clerk at (603) 332-2130.
Ward 4 voters may cast their ballots at McClelland Elementary School – 59 Brock Street, Rochester. The polls are open from 8 AM to 7 PM on Tuesday, February 21.
New voters are encouraged to visit the City Clerk’s Office to register to vote. You can also register to vote at your polling location on the day of the election.
You can vote in this Special Election by casting your ballot in the mail. Vote-by-mail, or absentee, ballots can be requested online or by visiting the City Clerk’s Office. Once ballots are available in mid-January, you can visit the City Clerk’s office during regular business hours and request, fill out, and hand back your absentee application in one trip.
On the absentee ballot request form:
Note from City Clerk’s office: “What is most important to remember is that the affidavit envelope must be signed. We cannot legally compare the signature from the envelope to the signature on the request. We just need to ensure that it is signed by the voter.”
Are we missing something? Contact the City Clerk’s Office. The City Clerk’s Office is located in City Hall, 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867, open Monday through Friday, 8-5pm. Call (603) 332-2130 or visit the City Clerk’s website for inquiries, assistance, and additional information.
A lifelong resident of Rochester who, with his wife, raised their five children here, Chuck Grassie knows that the true New Hampshire Advantage is built on strong public schools and a clean, healthy environment.
Whether on the Rochester City Council, as a longtime planning board member, or as a state representative, Chuck has spent decades protecting our families and fighting for our values.
As a community member, Chuck helped found the Rochester Childcare Center and grow the Strafford County Homemakers senior care program.
As a legislator, he sponsored a constitutional amendment that would protect reproductive rights and our New Hampshire Freedom.
Chuck also passed legislation to cap the price of insulin and EpiPens and established the New Hampshire Prescription Affordability Board.