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Get Answers to All Your Election Questions!

Whether it's your 1st or 51st time voting, get your questions answered about upcoming elections,  info on registering to vote, who the candidates are, voting by absentee ballots, voting at the polls, and more.

COVID-19 ELECTION UPDATES: Due to public health concerns, Governor Lamont signed an Executive Order moving Connecticut's Presidential Primary to Tuesday, August 11, 2020. Governor Lamont also signed an Executive Order allowing all eligible Connecticut residents to vote absentee in the August 11 Primary Elections due to concerns about COVID-19.


Election Calendar 2020

Tuesday, August 11

Presidential Preference Primary for Major Parties: Postponed from April 28, 2020 due to COVID-19 public health emergency

Tuesday, August 11

Primary for Connecticut Candidates for State and District Office

Tuesday, November 3

General Election: Electors of President and Vice-President, Representative in Congress, State Senator, State Representative and Registrar of Voters

Handouts About the Absentee Voting Process in Connecticut

Absentee Ballot Four Step Guide imageThe COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed our way of life, and as we struggle to adjust, it is imperative that we protect our most basic American right: the right to vote. Primary voters will be able to request an absentee ballot due to COVID-19 health concerns.

Voting by Absentee Ballot? Follow these 4 Simple Steps

For a quick step-by-step guide explaining how to vote and return your absentee ballot, CLICK HERE.

Safe and Secure Absentee Voting

For a one page explanation of Connecticut's Absentee Voting Process - including this link to the CT  SOTS' Voter Info page - CLICK HERE. To share this info on social media click the following: Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

Voting Matters

Voting. It Matters. Handout

Voting is one of the only ways to make your voice heard and make a difference in our democracy. Who gets elected to positions of power will determine the quality of your life on a local, state and national level. Whether it’s the quality of the schools you attend, the roads you drive on or the air that you breathe, if you want a say, you must vote.

  CLICK HERE to download and print this handout. To share on social media click the following: Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.


CT Presidential Primary Postponed to August 11 ImageWill you be eligible to vote in Connecticut's Presidential Primary?

Unaffiliated? Registered as an Independent? Or 17 years old? CLICK HERE  to find out if you will be eligible to vote in Connecticut's Presidential Primary. To print, CLICK HERE and download the PDF.


Connecticut Voter FAQs Social Post ImageFrequently Asked Questions about Voting in Connecticut

CLICK HERE to read the Voter FAQs. To print, CLICK HERE and download the PDF.  This document will be updated on a regular basis to ensure up-to-date information from the Secretary of State's Office.



Register to Vote

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Vote411 is a project of the League of Women Voters Education Fund and is a quick reference for anyone needing immediate up-to-date voter information.



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