Office phone and hours

Hours we are hoping to be open: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11-1; Tuesday and Thursday 4-6. You may call the number below to confirm that the office is open.

Volunteers needed! We’ll let you know when hours increase.

Office Phone: 603-800-6221


New office! Open House Wednesday, Sept. 14, 4-6 pm

open house invitation

The Wolfeboro & Tuftonboro Democrats are pleased to be opening an office to assist in supporting our candidates and our community in the 2022 Election. Join us during the open house to chat with candidates and learn how to support them. Learn how to volunteer to make phone calls, send emails, canvass or attend visibilities. But most of all come and say hello and enjoy some light refreshments. We can’t wait to see you! Parking is limited.  Please park at Read More

Come Meet the Candidates in Tuftonboro Sept. 8, 7pm

Come meet the quality slate of Democratic candidates that are running for local office. There are three candidates for the state house. Carrie Duran and Gogi Millner are running for NH State Representative in District 6. Bobbi Boudman is running in District 7. We have Dr. Bill Marsh running for State Senate. Even Theresa Swanick and Adam Heard who are running for County Commissioner will be there!

We will meet at 7pm on Thursday September 8th at the Tuftonboro Free Library, 221 Middle Road, Center Tuftonboro.

Light refreshments will be served thanks to the Wolfeboro-Tuftonboro Democrats.

If you experience any problems feel free to contact Bonnie Chehames ().

Sample Ballots for Wolfeboro & Tuftonboro Primary Election, Sept. 13

The sample ballots and absentee ballot request forms are available on the Town Clerk’s webpages. Here’s what the Democratic primary ballot looks like:

Wolfeboro voters may request absentee ballots here:

Tuftonboro voters may request absentee ballots here:

NY Times: One Small Step for Democracy in a ‘Live Free or Die’ Town

A cautionary tale from Croydon, N.H., where one man tried to foist a change so drastic it jolted a community out of political indifference. “Showing up. That’s the big lesson,” said Chris Prost, 37, a Croydon resident who runs a small brewery from a barn at the back of his house. “And not just showing up, but also knowing what’s going on.” Read all about it in the New York Times, here.

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