YOUR VOTE: Connecticut
Get ready to cast your ballot this fall.
It's election season! Are you ready? With just a few clicks, we'll walk through voter registration, key election dates, and all the documents you'll need. Best of all, you can share this info with your friends and neighbors. Make sure that your vote counts!
I. WAIT! BEFORE YOU SCROLL ANY FURTHER, REGISTER TO VOTE
Need to register? Or maybe you just want election reminders? Thanks to TurboVote, we've got you covered. Just click below:
II. KNOW THE DATES
- November 3, 2020.
General Registration Deadline:
- Registration-cutoff is October 29, 2020.
Deadline to Request Mail-In Ballot:
- Connecticut is allowing voters to request mail-in ballots due to COVID-19 concerns.
- Request your absentee ballot from your town/city clerk as early as possible. The deadline is November 2, 2020 (received by).
- An Absentee Ballot Application can be downloaded here.
Connecticut voters can request mail-in ballots due to COVID-19 for this fall's election. Mail-in ballot requests must be received by November 2, 2020.
III. REGISTER TO VOTE
- Not sure you're registered? This handy site will tell you whether you're on the voter rolls.
- Here are the requirements to register as a voter in Connecticut.
Need To Register?
- Yes, it's so important we're including it twice. Here's that link again:
IV. WHERE TO VOTE
- School, firehouse or community center, this simple form will tell you where to go to cast your ballot.
- Click here to find contact information for your Town Clerk.
Do I need to wear a mask to the polls?
- Yes. Connecticut's statewide mask order includes polling places.
V. COVID-19 MAIL-IN VOTING & ABSENTEE VOTING
COVID-19 is an accepted reason for requesting a mail-in ballot:
- Request your absentee ballot from your town/city clerk as early as possible. An Absentee Ballot Application can be downloaded here.
- Here are COVID-19 Absentee Voter Registration Instructions.
Out of town or serving abroad?
VI. WHAT TO TAKE TO THE POLLS
Voter ID Laws:
- Connecticut only requires identification for first-time voters.
- Here is the list of accepted credentials.
- Contact your town clerk for an acceptable list of options.
Don't have a valid ID?
- If you do not have any of the above IDs, you can still vote by signing a State affidavit.
VII. HAVING TROUBLE? GET IN TOUCH
The State Elections Enforcement Commission:
- Call 1-866-733-2463 or email email@example.com.
Voter ID Helpline:
- Call 844-338-8743
Any other questions?
See you at the ballots (or mailboxes), Connecticuters!
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