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All registered voters in Connecticut will be mailed absentee ballot applications in September for the November 3, 2020 election. If you wish to vote by absentee ballot, complete the application and use the supplied postage paid envelope to mail it to Greenwich's Town Clerk. The Town Clerk will mail out absentee ballots starting on October 2nd.
Absentee ballots can be mailed to the Town Clerk or voters can return absentee ballots by depositing them in one of Greenwich's two new ballot boxes. One is located outside Town Hall near the visitor parking lot in what was formerly the parking meter kiosk. The other is in the lobby of the police station. The ballot boxes are available 24/7 and absentee ballots may be deposited in them up to 8 PM on Election Day.
If you do not receive an absentee ballot application or have other questions about the 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.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Update:
As more and more people begin to heed the CDC warnings to avoid crowds and self-quarantine where possible, we have prepared the following summary of the functions which can be performed entirely online (or in a few cases, with the addition of a stamp and envelope (don’t lick the stamp or the envelope)).
Important Voter Registration Deadlines for Voting on November 3rd
October 27th – Deadline 8pm
All mail-in voter registration applications must be received or post-marked by this date in order to be accepted.
This is also the deadline to register to vote using the On-line Voter Registration System. Applications must be completed by 11:59 PM on this date.
November 2nd – Limited Voter Registration Session
for those whose qualification as to age, citizenship or residence was attained since October 27th. Hours: 9am to 5pm at the Registrars of Voters office in Town Hall.
Election Day Registration - If you miss the deadline for registering to vote in an election, you can register and vote in person at the Election Day Registration location in Town Hall. Election Day Registration is available on Election Day from 6 AM to 8 PM. ID confirming identity and residency is required.
Presentation on Voting During a Pandemic
Below are links to the slides used in the presentation made by the Registrars of Voters. See the video by clicking on this link.
Running for the RTM?
Please see this statement about recounts.
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.
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 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
Bring Back the Democracy Cup
Let's work together to bring the Democracy Cup back to Greenwich.Link to page
Important Instructions for Voting in-person, and by AB during the pandemicLink to page