Once filed, with few exceptions, all voter registration information is public record including:
Month and Year of Date of Birth
Your social security number, and your driver’s license number or state identification card number, cannot be released or disclosed to the public and can only be used for voter registration purposes. The Registrars of Voters have no control over this policy. The State of CT sells the voter list upon request to any interested person or entity and state law requires local registrars do the same.
Public information can find its way onto the Internet or websites by individuals or entities that obtain public records from the State. Once information is in the public domain, you will need to contact the owner or administrator of third-party sites in order to get the information removed.
Address Confidentiality Program
There is a mechanism by which you can protect your address. Victims of crime may participate in the Address Confidentiality Program run by the Secretary of the State.