TODAY is National Voter Registration Day! 
National Voter Registration Day is a day dedicated to raising awareness of voter registration opportunities with the goal of encouraging as many eligible voters as possible to register. Every year, millions of eligible voters are unable to cast a ballot because of a missed registration deadline.

In Connecticut, registering to vote is easy and can be done online in just minutes. 

  • Register to vote in Connecticut
  • Change your name and/or address on your current registration record
  • Enroll in a political party or change party enrollment

Already registered to vote?

Click HERE to learn about how you can vote by absentee ballot. Due to the COVID-19 all voters are eligible to vote by absentee ballot in the general election held on November 3, 2020. Just check the COVID-19 box on the application.
In the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, over 34 million potential voters reported being unable to vote due to not being registered.

National Voter Registration Day is held on the fourth Tuesday of September every year and is supported by election officials from both sides of the aisle.

To learn more about National Voter Registration Day, visit:
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