In which voting ward do I reside (ie. where do I vote)?

The City of Lebanon has three separate voting wards. Polling locations for the wards are as follows: 

Ward 1
Kilton Public Library
80 Main Street
West Lebanon, NH 03784
View the map for Ward 1

Ward 2
United Methodist Church
18 School Street
Lebanon, NH 03766
View the map for Ward 2

Ward 3
AVA Art Gallery (Temporary Location for all 2020 Elections)
11 Bank Street
Lebanon, NH 03766
View the map for Ward 3 

Polling hours for all three wards will be 7:00 a.m. until 7:0 p.m. If you do not know which voting ward you are in, please use the State’s Voter Look-Up System or consult our Ward Street Name Database. You may also contact our office at 603-448-3054 and we will check for you.  

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1. How do I register to vote in Lebanon?
2. Where do I register to vote?
3. What documentation do I need to register to vote?
4. Can you register to vote without a Photo ID?
5. What if I do not have photo ID?
6. What happens after completing a Challenged Voter Affidavit (CVA)?
7. In which voting ward do I reside (ie. where do I vote)?
8. What if I moved wards?
9. What if I moved addresses within my ward?
10. Can I register to vote at the polls on Election Day?
11. How do I remove a name from the Voter Checklist?
12. Can I vote by absentee ballot simply because I don’t want to go to the polls on Election Day?
13. When I request an absentee ballot, how can I find out when my request was received and when my ballot was mailed to me?
14. When requesting an absentee ballot, can my spouse or someone else sign the absentee ballot request form for me if I am not available to do it myself?
15. Will I be notified if my absentee ballot is not counted?
16. Can I email my request for an absentee ballot to the City Clerk’s Office?
17. Can my spouse or parent return my absentee ballot for me?
18. What is Electioneering?
19. How do you accommodate voters with disabilities?
20. How can I learn more about elections?
21. How can I help at the polls on Election Day?
22. What do the Election Officials do?
23. How many election officials are there per ward?
24. Why does the Ballot Clerk ask for me to speak my name and address?
25. At times, why are there people sitting behind the ballot clerks watching voters check in?
26. Why is there an election official stationed at the voting machine?
27. Why does an election official watch me put my ballot in the voting machine?
28. Do I put the ballot face up or face down into the ballot machine?
29. How do I properly put the ballot into the voting machine?
30. What if I make a mistake on my ballot?
31. Is the Moderator looking at how a voter voted when processing absentee ballots?
32. How is a tie vote determined?