Merrimack sets up polling places for Sept. 13 elections

The town of Merrimack now has three polling places for all elections starting with the state primary on Sept. 13: James Mastricola Upper Elementary School, Merrimack Middle School and St. John Neumann Church.

To check online for your polling location, visit app.sos.nh.gov or call the town clerk’s office at 424-3651.

Note that the voter checklist at each polling place is based on your last registered address. If you have moved within Merrimack, call the town clerk’s office to determine where you should go to vote. Where you vote now may not be the same as where you voted before.

James Mastricola Upper Elementary School, 26 Baboosic Lake Road

? All roads east of the F.E. Everett Turnpike from Bedford to Nashua town lines (along DWH).

? Bedford Road and all streets off of it except Chadsworth, Lawrence and Bean.

? Joppa Road and all streets off of it.

? Valleyview Drive and neighboring streets.

? Wire Road and all streets off of it.

? Baboosic Lake Road 1-140 (to Patten).

? All roads off of Baboosic Lake Road from Daniel Webster Highway to Turkey Hill Road split.

? Camp Sargent Road 1-64 and all neighboring roads.

? Sherwood and all roads in the neighborhood of Buttonwood.

Merrimack Middle School, Madeline Bennett Lane

? Chadsworth Court.

? Lawrence Road.

? Bean Road and all streets off of it.

? Patten Road and all streets north and west of Patten Road.

? Baboosic Lake Road, Nos. 140-336.

? Turkey Hill Road and all streets off of it.

? Meetinghouse Road.

? Wilson Hill Road.

? Joellen Drive.

? Cross Street.

St. John Neumann Church, 708 Milford Road (Route 101A)

? Amherst Road and all roads south of it to Continental Boulevard to Industrial Drive to F.E. Everett Turnpike south to the Nashua line.

? Neighborhood of Savannah Way and Springfield Circle.

? Tomasian Drive and Lester Road.

? Piedmont Avenue and Davidson Avenue.

? Riverside Drive.

? Tallant Road.

Submitted by town of Merrimack