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Registrar of Voters


CT State Statutes require the Registrars of Voters to conduct a canvass of voters beginning in January of each year.  The annual Canvass helps us to keep voter registration records as up to date as possible.  Our office uses the Roast and Eric services to obtain lists of residents who have moved within town or out of town.  If you have any questions about the Canvass or a letter you may have received, please contact our office at 860-343-6719

As of January 11th 2023, there are 5444 registered voters, 1405 are registered Democrats and 1595 are registered Republicans, 2367 are registered Unaffiliated, and 77 are registered as others


Notice of Polling Place RELOCATION – Korn Elementary to Coginchaug Regional High School (CRHS)


Democratic Registrar
Heather Petit

Republican Registrar
Jon Scagnelli

Deputy Democratic Registrar
Pam Hogarth

Deputy Republican Registrar
Renee Kelley

Office Hours: Wednesday 9am-11am


About the Registrar

Authority: General Statutes of the State of Connecticut, and Town Charter.
Powers and Duties: Those powers and duties provided by Section 9-1to 9-159 and additional appropriate statutes of the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut.
Printed Regulations: Section 9-1 to 9-159 and additional appropriate statutes of the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut.
Appointing Authority: General Town Election
Term of Office: Four years, elected in even number years


Voter Registration Information

SOTS Online Voter Registration
SOTS Voter Registration Lookup Tool
SOTS Absentee Ballot Information Webpage
Voter Registration Card  


Elections Information

Notice of Polling Place RELOCATION – Korn Elementary to Coginchaug Regional High School (CRHS)

For information about upcoming elections visit: Election Information page

A person can also register to vote with the town clerk in the absence of a registrar. Seventeen-year-olds are encouraged to register to vote and they will automatically become eligible on their eighteenth birthday. Under Connecticut General Statute s 9-20, all persons who register to vote in person with the Town Clerk or the Registrar of Voters must present identification.

Under the federal "Help America Vote Act" signed October 2002, all first time applicants registering to vote by mail, on or after January 01, 2003 are advised to attach to the application card a copy of a valid and current photo identification (such as a driver's license). If this information is not attached the voter must present proper ID at the polls or with their absentee ballot application in a federal election.


Election, Primary and Referenda Information

Election Information


Important Information about Voting

Why Register to Vote?
Enrolling in a Political Party
Independent Party Letter
2012 Redistricting Map
Districts by Street2017 Election and Referendum Information



February Presidential Preference Primary Held 2-5-08
Notice of Post Election Audit - September 11, 2012