A great way to get involved is to run for a local municipal office. In New Hampshire, when applicable, these elections typically are ‘off-cycle’ from the normal election season so it is easy to miss a filing deadline.
This table will be updated with additional municipality data as time permits.
|Election Date||Info Source||Note|
|Manchester||Mayor-Council||10 days - commencing second Monday in July in each odd numbered year||10 days - commencing second Monday in July in each odd numbered year||Third Tuesday of September in each odd numbered year||Tuesday next following the first Monday of November in each odd numbered year||www.manchesternh.gov||At every municipal general election, the following officers shall be elected: The mayor, two aldermen at-large, two school committeemen at-large, and one alderman, one school committee member, one moderator, one ward clerk and three selectmen by the voters in each ward. All are 2 year terms. Non-partisan ballot.|
|Nashua||Mayor-Council||10 days - commencing second Monday in June in each odd numbered year.||Not earlier|
than seventy (70) days nor later than sixty (60) days before the election
|Second Tuesday of September, odd year||First Tuesday following the first Monday in November - odd numbered years||www.nashuanh.gov||Mayor term is 4 years. Alderman is 2 years.
No primary for alderman. For Mayor, if more than3 candidates file,
|Concord||Council-manager||forty-fifth day before the election||forty-fifth day before the election||N/A||Tuesday following the first Monday in|
November of the odd numbered years.
|https://www.concordnh.gov||Mayor: Two-year term
Ward Councilor: Two-year term
Councilor-At-Large: Four-year term
Ward Moderator: Two-year term
Ward Clerk: Two-year term
Supervisor of the Checklist: Six-year term