Will I ever have to re-register?

You must re-register only:

  • If you move to another Connecticut town.
  • If you change your name (for example by marriage), or your address in town, notify the Office of the Registrar of Voters in your community.
  • If you become an "inactive voter" because you have not voted for a period of three consecutive years (including two federal election years) and have not responded to our attempts to contact you.

If you receive a postcard or letter from the Registrar of Voters asking if your name and address are still current, please Send It Back to be certain your name will not become an "inactive voter" removed from the voter list.

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1. Am I already registered to vote? How can I check my voter registration status?
2. Not registered? Or moved within town? How do I register or make changes to my registration?
3. How can I check my party affiliation? How can I change my party affiliation?
4. Where do I vote? How do I find my polling place?
5. I need an absentee ballot because I will be out of town. How do I obtain one?
6. How do I check the status of my absentee ballot?
7. When are the polls open?
8. What are the key dates for the November 7, 2023 Election?
9. Will I ever have to re-register?
10. I moved out of town. How do I remove myself from the voter list?
11. Can I register to vote before I am 18?
12. I am from Greenwich and attending college in Connecticut (or in another state), how do I vote back in my hometown?
13. How can I help out on election day?
14. Who can vote in a primary election?
15. Contact Us