Voting Information

icon_voting2 Find answers to all your voting questions here. You may also find and/or contact your town Democratic State Central Committee members here, or contact us at the Connecticut Democratic Party here.



When is the next time I vote?
Connecticut holds municipal elections in the towns of Bethany, Woodbridge, Bolton, Union and Andover, and the boroughs of Bantam, Danielson, Fenwick, Groton City, Jewett City, Litchfield, Newtown, Stonington and Woodmont on Monday, May 1, 2017. Municipal Election Day for the remainder of cities and towns will be held on November 7, 2017. Polls are open from 6 AM to 8 PM.
How do I register to vote in Connecticut?
A registration form is available in English or Spanish. Download the form and mail the completed form in a sealed envelope to the registrar of voters in your town. Beginning on the second page of this document, the name and address of the registrar of voters for every town is listed.:

Registrar of Voters by town »

The second way is to go online and register to vote:

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What is Election Day Registration?
Election Day Registration permits anyone to register and vote in person on Election Day who meets the eligibility requirements for voting in this state and is not already registered, OR is registered in one town but has moved to another town. By law, a person is eligible to register and vote if he or she is (1) a US citizen, (2) age 18 or older, (3) a bona fide resident of the town in which he or she applies for admission, and (4) has completed confinement and parole if previously convicted of a disfranchising felony.

Election Day Registration is not available at your polling place, but is available at a designated EDR location in each town, beginning at 6 am. You will need to provide proof of identity and residency.

A summary of Election Day Registration information can be found on the Secretary of the State’s website.
Your local registrar can be found here.

Where do I vote? Where is my polling place?
Use this quick and easy form to find out.

What do I need to bring with me to vote in Connecticut?
Complete details are on this page of the Secretary of the State’s web site:

Does my ID need to have the address printed on it?
No, it does not. Your identification needs to fit one of these three categories:

  • Name and Picture, OR;
  • Name and Address, OR;
  • Name and Signature.
My driver’s license says that it is not for federal identification. Can I still use it as identification at the polling place?
Yes. You may continue to use your current driver’s license at the polling place when you vote. When you check in to vote, in lieu of the driver’s license, you may also show a credit card with your name and signature, or an ID with your name and photograph, or any document with your name and address, such as a checkbook or a utility bill.
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