Mayor Paul Callaghan is encouraging Rochester citizens to make a plan to vote on Tuesday, November 8th.
According to Callaghan, the City Clerk and Public Information Offices collaborated to create a helpful guide that aims to assist new voters and voters new to Rochester.
“Voting can feel intimidating if you’ve never done it before,” said Callaghan. “The online guide will help new voters through the process.”
Callaghan says the guide is all about how to vote, not who to vote for.
“We just want people to participate,” said Callaghan. “It’s important for people to be involved and make their voices heard on Election Day.”
The guide includes information on how to register to vote, determine voting wards, find polling locations, and see frequently asked questions. There are also links to sample ballots, absentee ballots, and more.
“If you’re still unsure, contact the City Clerk’s Office and they can answer any questions you may have,” Callaghan concluded.
Click here to see the online guide.
The Rochester City Clerk’s Office is located on the first floor of City Hall, 31 Wakefield Street. Call (603) 332-2130 or visit www.rochesternh.gov/city-clerk-elections for more information.