Registrars of Voters
The office of the Registrar of Voters is governed by the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut. The Office is administered jointly by a Democratic and a Republican Registrar. The Registrars are responsible for maintaining up-to-date records of eligible voters, supervising elections, primaries and referendums, voting machine and polling place preparation, poll worker hiring and training, a yearly canvas of registered voters, special voter registration sessions, and other duties as required by Connecticut Election Law as governed by the Election Division of the Secretary of the State.
Register to Vote in Connecticut
To register to vote in Connecticut you must:
- Be a United States citizen
- Be a resident of a Connecticut town
- Be at least 17 years old (must turn 18 on or before election day); 17-year-olds, who will turn 18 on or before election day, may participate in general primary
- Have completed confinement if previously convicted of a disenfranchising felony
If You Move
You must fill out a new voter registration card if you have moved to a new town or a new address within town.
Registration Deadlines for New Voters
Your application must be submitted by the 5th day before a primary (or received by your Registrar of Voters or a voter registration agency by the 5th day before a primary). You may apply in person to your town clerk or registrar until noon on the last business day before a primary.
Your application must be submitted or received by a voter registration agency by the 7th day before an election (or you may register in person with your Registrar of Voters by the 7th day before an election)
State Election Information
FOR UNOFFICIAL RESULTS FOR THE NOVEMBER 8, 2022 ELECTION CLICK HERE.