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Our online tool allows you to check your registration status, your party affiliation, and your polling place all at once. Click here to check your status.
Register to vote online by clicking here.
You can also find other ways to register.
First, check your existing affiliation by clicking here.
You must fill out a new application to vote and indicate the party with which you want to affiliate. If you are a member of a party and want to transfer between parties, it takes three months from the date you apply until your new party affiliation is effective. If you are an unaffiliated voter and want to join a party, complete the voter registration form and your new affiliation is effective immediately.
Once you register to vote, and you are provided your polling, you will always vote at the same location for every election until you change your residence.
Use our online tool to find your polling place.
Applications for Absentee Ballots can be requested by visiting the Town Clerk's office at the Town Hall or by calling 203.622.7897 or online by clicking this link. Applications are available in English and Spanish.
Completed applications should be mailed to the Town Clerk's office at 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830
Applications may also be delivered in person.
Once the application is received by the Town Clerk, she will mail the ballot to the address specified on your application.
To check the status of your absentee ballot, contact the Town Clerk's office.
This year’s State election will occur on November 6, 2018 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Persons who after October 30, 2018:
May register in the office of the Registrar of Voters from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on November 5, 2018.
The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for every primary and election in CT.
You must re-register only:
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.
We have created a form which you can print out and mail in to be removed from the voter rolls. Unfortunately, state law does not allow us to remove someone due to a telephone call or email.
Click here for the voter registration list removal form.
You may pre-register beginning when you are 17 years old. Once you are pre-registered, you will automatically be added to the voting list and eligible to vote when you turn 18. If you register with a major political party when you are 17 you will be allowed to vote in that party’s primary as a 17 year old as long as you are 18 by that November election.
You are able to apply for an absentee ballot if you are out of your town on the day of the election and for a few other reasons.
Information about different poll worker positions can be found here.
Depending on the election, the Registrars hire between 150 and 225 poll workers.
Submit an application to be a poll worker.
Poll workers are provided with Training Materials appropriate to their positions.
Only registered voters affiliated with a political party can vote in that party's election. For example, if you are a registered Democrat, you can vote only in a Democratic primary. Unaffiliated voters cannot vote in any primary election.