Welcome to this year's Best of Bride Poll!

The 9th New Hampshire Magazine's Best of Bride poll invites you to vote in more than 40 categories, including everything from best DJ to best outdoor wedding venue.

FAQ:

Q: Woah! The ballot looks different – what happened?
A: Many of you spoke out about making the ballot shorter and more “fair.” We listened and removed the multiple choice options that featured past winners and top vote-getters. As a result, no businesses will have an advantage over another.

Q: How long is voting open?
A: The poll closes on November 30.

Q: When will the winners be revealed?
A: Winners will be contacted shortly after the ballot closes regarding their win. The complete list of winners will appear in Spring/Summer issue of New Hampshire Magazine’s Bride.

Q. The ballot looks long. Do I have to fill the whole thing out?
A. We ask that you please fill out a minimum of five categories for your ballot to count.

Q. Is a print version of the ballot available?
A. This year's ballot is only available electronically.

Q. What if I don't have an answer or preference for a category?
A. No worries! You do not need to fill out every category. If you don't have a preference, then please just skip the question and leave it blank. Please don't write in "don't know," don't care," etc.

Q. Can I vote as many times as I'd like to?
A. Sorry, but no. Only one ballot per person is allowed.

Q. There's this really great business I know of but it's not in New Hampshire. Can I vote for it?
A. This poll recognizes the best New Hampshire has to offer. Please limit your choices to New Hampshire businesses unless otherwise specified.

Q. What are you planning to do with my information?
A. We only ask for your information to ensure that there's one ballot per person. We'll also add you to our e-newsletter (only if you ask us to do so below). We respect your privacy and will not sell your information to any third parties, etc.

* New Hampshire Magazine and McLean Communications reserve the right to eliminate, add and edit categories at any point during the voting period. New Hampshire Magazine and McLean Communications reserves the right to disqualify any business from the Best of Bride ballot that it believes, in its sole discretion, is not in good standing in the New Hampshire business community or has   interfered in any way with the fair administration of the voting. New Hampshire Magazine and McLean Communications will have the final say on winners in all categories. "Stuffing of the ballot" is strictly prohibited and if a business or person is suspected of this, New Hampshire Magazine and McLean Communications reserves the right to disqualify those ballots.

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