2021 Raymond Voter Information

Raymond Town Election Day is Tuesday March 9, 2021
Iber Holmes Gove Middle School Gymnasium, 7 am to 7 pm


Candidates and Warrant Articles will be posted here when results are finalized.


**** News and Letters on 2021 Raymond Warrant Articles ****

Why You Should Care and Vote Yes On Articles 37 and 38

Curt Fitton for Raymond Board of Selectmen

Paul Ayer for Raymond Planning Board


Letters may be emailed to Info@RaymondAreaNews.com

The "2021 Raymond Voter Information Project Guide "
Can be downloaded when it is finalized.

The RVIP Guide will be in your mailbox
on or around Friday, February 26th.
If you do not receive a copy, you can pick up a copy
at the Dudley-Tucker Library or
read the warrant articles online at Raymond VIP Website


Raymond Candidate Info

The Candidates names will be in the order on the ballot that is determined by a random selection process in accordance with RSA 656:5-a:      


Town of Raymond Filing Notice

The filing period for Town of Raymond Elected Offices will begin on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 and end on Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5:00 PM.



One (1) Selectmen for 3-year terms:
                     Tim Cahill
                     Scott Campbell
                     Curt Fitton

Two (2) Budget Committee Members for 3-year terms:
                Dennis Garnham

Two (2) Planning Board Members for 3-year terms:
                Paul Ayer
                Patricia Bridgeo
                Kendra Ferm

Two (2) Ethics Committee Member for a 3-year term:
                Ken Hajjar
                Gretchen Gott
                Tracy Merrill

One (1) Trustee of the Trust Funds for a 3-year term:
                Phillip Merrill

One (1) Library Trustee for a 3-year term:
                Valerie Moore

School District Filing Notice

The filing period for School District Offices will begin on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 and ends on Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5:00 PM.



Two (2) School Board Members for 3-year terms:
                        John Harmon
                        Derek Haddad
                        Melissa Sytek
                        Ada Vadeboncoeur

One (1) School District Moderator for 3-year term:
                       Jonathan Wood

One (1) School District Clerk for 3-year term:
                        Linda Hoelzel

One (1) School District Treasurer for 3-year term:
                        Tim Auclair





State of New Hampshire Voter ID Law -
Laws of 2012, Chapter 289
Explanatory Document

During the 2012 legislative session the legislature passed House Bill 
1354, also known as the “Voter ID” Law now requires photo identification to vote.

This explanatory document is required under the “Voter ID” law as part 
of the process of educating the public about the law’s requirements and 
application and outlines the law’s requirements from 2012.

What type of photo ID will I need in order to vote?

You will be asked to provide one of the following:

     * Driver’s license issued by any state (even if expired);
     * ID card issued by NH DMV (Division of Motor Vehicles);
     * U.S. Armed Services ID card;
     * U.S. Passport (even if expired);
     * Valid photo ID card issued by either the federal government or a 
state, county or municipal government;
     * Valid student ID card
     * Other photo ID deemed legitimate by the supervisors of the 
checklist, the moderator, or the clerk; or
     * Verification of identity by a supervisor of the checklist, the 
moderator or the clerk.

What if I do not have an approved photo ID?

Any voter who does not present an approved photo ID will be permitted to vote after executing a “challenged voter affidavit.”

A voter who does not have an approved photo ID may obtain a free photo 
ID for voting purposes only by presenting a voucher from their  town/city clerk or the Secretary of State to any NH DMV office that  issues identification.

Is there any post-election action required by me after I vote without  an approved photo ID?

If you filled out a “challenged voter  affidavit” in order to vote on Election Day, you will receive a  verification letter from the Secretary of State, requesting  confirmation that you voted in the election.

If you do not respond in writing to the Secretary of State within 90 days of the date it was  mailed, the Attorney General will conduct an investigation to determine  whether fraudulent voting occurred.

Where can I get more information?

From the  Secretary of State SOS.NH.GOV at 271-3242 or your Town Clerk.






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Raymond Voting Results
from March 2020.


Raymond Voting Results
from March 2019.


Raymond Voting Results
from March 2018.


Raymond Voting Results
from March 2017.


2017 Voting News & Letters


Raymond Voting Results
from March 2016.


Raymond Voter Information Project

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