AM I REGISTERED?
Many people register to vote without realizing they already have. You can check your voter registration status by visiting www.govote.ct.gov. Once on this website, you also have the ability to change your party affiliation, name, address, etc. or, if you are NOT yet registered, you can do so through that site as well.
REGISTERING TO VOTE
To register or update your registration information online, all you need is a valid Connecticut Driver's License, Driver's Permit, and/or a Department of Motor Vehicles Identification Card. Once on the online system, you can do the following:
- Become a NEW VOTER
- CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS
- CHANGE YOUR PARTY
- CHANGE YOUR NAME
To register to vote 24/7, please Visit the Online Voter Registration Website. You will need a CT driver's license, learner's permit or Dept. of Motor Vehicles Identification Card. Upon registering, your information will be transmitted directly to the Town of Glastonbury Registrars Office.
Mail-in registration cards may be obtained from various public locations such as libraries, schools, Department of Motor Vehicles, or the Registrars of Voters office, located in the Lower Level of Town Hall (2155 Main St.) You will need your Driver's License and social security number to complete your registration.
Visit the Registrars' Office at Town Hall (2155 Main Street) Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM, OR Monday through Friday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM during election times only. You can also register to vote at the Department of Motor Vehicles when you are updating your license.
VOTERS WHO REQUIRE ASSISTANCE:
If you are physically disabled, you may arrange to have an Election Official meet with you to accept your application to register. Please call the Registrar's Office at (860) 652-7627 or (860) 652-7628 for more details. Hearing impaired persons may call Hartford TDD (860) 509-6191 or (860) 303-3161
In compliance with Help America Vote Act of 2002, there is an accessible voting system in place at each polling location for those voters who are visually impaired or with other requirements. The voter goes to the poll and signs in as usual and is handed a ballot. An election official escorts the voter to the 'Inspire Ballot Marking System'. The voter has access to either an audio or keypad interface. Once the voter has completed their ballot selections, the ballot is inserted into the attached printer, printed and then brought by the voter to the tabulator for processing with all the other ballots.