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Election Information

Election Contact Information:  Town Clerk and Registrars of Voters

Absentee Ballot return:  Drop Box south side of Town Hall, or mail to P.O. Box 428, Durham, CT 06422


2021 Election  and Referenda Schedule

May 4th Referendum:  RSD13 and TOD Korn School
RSD13 Referendum - Absentee Ballot Application
Korn School Referendum - Absentee Ballot Application

NOVEMBER 2, 2021 MUNICIPAL ELECTION: 
7-22-2021 Legal Notice Democratic Underendorsement
Certification of Democratic Party Endorsement

7-23-2021 Legal Notice Republican Endorsement
Certification of Republican Party Endorsement

 

POLL LOCATION: Notice of Polling Place RELOCATION – Korn Elementary to Coginchaug Regional High School (CRHS)
POLL HOURS:
6:00am to 8:00pm

Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Information

SOTS Online Voter Registration
SOTS Voter Registration Lookup Tool
SOTS Absentee Ballot Information Webpage
FVAP - Federal Voting Assistance Program for Service Members, their families
             and overseas citizens     
Registrar of Voters
Voter Registration Card
Absentee Ballot fact sheet 
Absentee Ballot Application (Elections, Primary, Referendum)
Absentee Ballot Application for November 3, 2020 (COVID)
Absentee Ballot Application for Referendum with less than 3 weeks notice
Emergency Absentee Ballot Application

Returning Absentee Ballot:

If you have received your Absentee Ballot and it is your FIRST TIME EVER VOTING, include a photocopy of your ID, and enclose it in the serial numbered envelope. DO NOT put it in the inner envelope with the ballot.

If you have voted in the past you do NOT need to include the photocopy.

Return your absentee ballot by drop box or mail:
Drop Box: south side of Town Hall Building
Mail to: P. O. Box 428, Durham, CT 06422

District Information

Redistricting Map
Redistrict Street Listing 
 
CGA Redistricting Project Information 
CGA Redistrict Map

Secretary of the State

Secretary of the States Office
Election calendar
State of CT voter information 
Military Voter links

Additional Information

Voters:
1) UOCAVA (Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act) voters may request voter registration applications and absentee ballot applications by mail or electronically.
2) Voter registration applications or absentee ballot applications may be mailed or sent electronically. If the voter does not indicate a preference, the application will be delivered by mail.
3) You may access Office of the Secretary of the State of Connecticut's website where you will find an electronic version of Connecticut’s Application for Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Application. Alternatively, you may wish to access the Federal Voting Assistance Program's website where you can fill out a Federal Post Card Application which can serve as both an Application for Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Application.

Election Results

General Elections
• Primary Elections
• Referenda