One Vote does Make a DifferenceOctober 31, 2014
To the Voters of Hudson,
In the State General Election next Tuesday, the voters will have the opportunity to select their candidates for Governor, U.S. Senator and Representatives, State Senator and Representatives, and various County Officers.
These are important offices and deserve your careful consideration. I encourage every voter to come to the polls and exercise your precious right to vote; a right that does not exist in many other countries.
Voting for the Town of Hudson will take place at the Hudson Community Center on Lions Avenue from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
As you prepare to cast your ballot, please remember the following:
- Remember to bring a photo ID with you for check-in. New Hampshire allows for a variety of photo IDs. If you truly don’t have a photo ID, you can give a written oath as to your identity and voter qualification. As Election Officials, we do our best to make the voting process as efficient and easy as possible. We appreciate the voters’ patience at the check-in as we follow the State required process.
- When checking in, state your name clearly for the ballot clerks so they can find it on the checklist and verify your ID and address. New Hampshire law requires that names be given verbally to allow for voter challenges. Also, there will be Party Observers present who need to hear the names of the voters.
- You may register to vote on Election Day. Please see the Supervisors of the Checklist in the Community Center. You will need to bring documentation for proof of: citizenship, age, and residence.
- If you need assistance in voting or have any questions, please ask one of the ballot clerks.
As Election Officials, we do our best to make the voting process as efficient and easy as possible. We appreciate the voters’ patience at the check-in as we follow the State required process.
Paul Inderbitzen, Hudson Town Moderator