Town Clerk/Tax Collector > 2. Elections

Jeannine Dunne , Town Clerk/Tax Collector / 2020
Neil Sandford, Deputy Town Clerk/Tax Collector

 

Address: P.O. Box 62,  Dublin , NH 03444 
Phone: 603-563-8859
Fax: 603-563-9221

 

Hours:
Monday: 9:00AM - 4:00 PM & 6:00-8:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: Closed

 

The office is closed on Election Days and for occasional holidays and training sessions, so please plan ahead to do your vehicle registrations.

 

The Dublin Town Clerk is responsible for Vehicle Titles and Registrations, Dog licensing, Marriage, Birth and Death Certificates and Marriage Licenses. The Town Clerk is an election official.  Residents may go to the Town Clerk’s office to register to vote, request an absentee ballot, or to file their candidacy for office.


The Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of property taxes,  including current use, yield and excavation taxes and the issuance of tax bills and notices.

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    1. ELECTION INFORMATION.pdf

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    Please click above to read information about upcoming elections, registering to vote, and applying for absentee ballots.
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    2017 Town Election Absentee Ballot Application.pdf

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    If you will not be able to get to the polling place on voting day, you may be eligible to vote by absentee ballot. Click the link above for the application.
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    6. Federal Post Card Application for UOCAVA Voters

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    The link above is for citizens who will be out of the country on Election Day. It establishes the applicant as an overseas citizen voter for the remainder of the calendar year, and doubles as an absentee ballot request for any election during the current year in which the applicant would like to vote and in which he or she is eligible to vote.
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    Voter ID Explanatory Document 2014.pdf

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    Above is the document from the New Hampshire Secretary of State's office explaining the Voter ID Law passed during the 2012 legislative session and amended in 2013. The document outlines the law's requirements for 2014.