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When is the next election event?
A Republican Town Committee Primary will be held Tuesday, March 5, 2024. The election will be held for District 2, District 4, District 5, District 8, and District 9.
A Presidential Preference Primary election will be held Tuesday, April 2, 2024.
Early Voting will be available for the first time during this election!
See below for important voter registration deadlines for Early Voting ***
Questions about absentee ballot voting?
The Registrars of Voters do not issue Absentee Ballots. If you have questions about the absentee ballot process, call 203-622-7897, or click here to contact the Town Clerk's Office. While the Registrars count the ballots on Election Day, the process of applying for, receiving, and returning completed absentee ballots is under the jurisdiction of the Town Clerk. To check the status of your absentee ballot, please click here
Online Voter Resources:
We have prepared the following summary of functions which can be performed entirely online (or in a few cases, with the addition of a stamp and envelope.)
***Important Voter Registration Deadlines for Voting on April 2, 2024 ***
Early Voting Party Enrollment Deadlines:
March 25th by 12 Noon- Unaffiliated Voters
Deadline for unaffiliated voters to appear in person at the Registrars of Voters office to enroll in the Democratic or Republican party.
March 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th- New Voters
Individuals who are not registered to vote but want to vote during the early voting period before the Presidential Preference Primary may do so if they file their voter registration application and enroll in the Democratic or Republican party in person in the Registrars of Voters office by noon on the business day before the day they want to vote early.
The deadline has passed for voters currently enrolled in a party to change party affiliation to vote in the Presidential Preference Primary of a different party.
About the Registrars of Voters Office
The office of the Registrars of Voters is governed by Connecticut State Statutes. The primary duties of the Registrars are to register new voters, maintain voter registration records and enrollment records, publish lists of eligible voters, conduct a state-required canvass of all voters, compile monthly reports of all activities concerning voters in town, and administer and oversee all elections, primaries and referenda in an accurate and impartial manner. They are also responsible for hiring and training over 200 official poll workers as well as maintaining all voting equipment used for the election.
The Registrars of Voters Office is a vital department to the function of the Town’s government. The Office is governed by Connecticut General Statutes and financially supported by the Municipality. Ensuring fair, accurate and efficient elections is our highest priority.
To register to vote, you must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of the town in which you wish to vote and at least 17 years of age and turning 18 on or before election day.
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I want to become a voter
Find out how you can register to vote.Link to page
I'm registered. How do I vote?
Learn important information about voting such as polling locations, absentee ballots, and more.Link to page
I want to see Election Results & Voter Data
View demographics and data for elections.Link to page
I Want to Learn About How Elections Are RunLink to page
I Want to Work at the Polls
Volunteer to work at an election poll. The Registrars of Voters are eager to hire some bilingual poll workers. If you speak English and another language please note this on your application to be a poll worker. Los Registradores electorales desean contratar trabajadores de encuestas que sean bilingües. Si usted habla Inglés y otro idioma, anote esto en su aplicación para ser considerado como trabajador electoralLink to page
I Want to Run a Voter Registration Drive
The Registrar's of Voters are glad to supply you with the materials necessary for a voter registration drive.Link to page
I Don't Want to Be a Voter Anymore
If you received a jury notice from the State of Connecticut but have moved out of Greenwich, please print, SIGN, and mail this Voter Registry List Removal Form to our office. We can not accept emails to remove someone from the voter list. You can also use this form if you wish to be removed from the voter rolls for any other reason.Link to page
I Want to Run for Office
The Greenwich League of Women Voters has put together an excellent guide on how to run for office in Greenwich.Link to page
Election Related Links
View helpful resources for voting and elections.Link to page
Voter Information LookupLink to page
Requirements for Split Shift WorkersLink to page
I want to campaign at a polling place.Link to page