Registrar of Voters

Checking Your Party Status

You may check your party status with the Connecticut  Secretary of State

  • District 1:  Polson Middle School302 Green Hill Road.
    All registered voters who live at properties on the even numbered side of Green Hill Road and South. 
  • District 2:  Brown Intermediate School980 Durham Road.
    All registered voters who live at properties on the odd numbered side of Green Hill Road and North.

Register and Update Registration
Military and Overseas Registration
Check Your Voter Registration Status
Register on Election Day

The Registrars are not in the office on a full-time basis. Please leave a voice message or email us and we will respond as soon as we are available. When the Registrar Office is not available, the Town Clerk’s Office may be able to answer inquires regarding voter registration, absentee ballots, and election information. Please contact the Town Clerk's office at 203-245-5672.

The Registrars are elected every 2 years during the Gubernatorial or Presidential election. The position is defined by Connecticut General Statute 9-185 which allows for the election of two registrars for each municipality. The top vote recipients from each major party at the regular state election become registrars. The Office is responsible for federal, state, and local elections.  This office also holds primaries and referendums as well as maintains all voter files, registers new voters, and conducts annual canvasses of voters.

Election Volunteering

Any persons interested in working at an election, please contact the Registrar's office at 203-245-5671, or by email.

A person who has submitted an Absentee Ballot can still change it and vote in person as long as they properly notify the Town Clerk by 4:30 pm on the Friday before the election.

Office Hours:

Thursdays: 9 a.m. - Noon