If you are a resident of the Town of Durham, are 18 years of age, and are a United States citizen, you may register to vote in Durham through the Town Clerk's office. In addition, the Supervisors of the Checklist have a session 10 days prior to each election. If you have not registered before that 10-day period, you may register at the polls and vote that same day. Once you are registered, your name remains on the checklist for all Town, State, Federal and School District elections.
The Supervisors require proof of age, domicile for voting purposes [reference NH RSA 654:1] in Durham (license or other document with residence address) and citizenship (birth certificate, passport, or other document showing when and where you were born). If you are a naturalized citizen, you should bring your naturalization papers when you register. Lacking proof of residence and/or citizenship, you may sign affidavits under oath.