Voter Registration in Connecticut
The easiest way to register to vote is to fill out a registration form and mail it to the registrar in the city or town where you live and plan to vote. These forms are available at any Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles office.
To register to vote in Connecticut, you must:
- Be a United States citizen.
- Be a resident of Connecticut.
- Be at least 17 years old (you may vote when you turn 18).
By state law, the DMV must make voter registration forms available publicly at all of its offices, but don't expect much more cooperation than that. DMV personnel will not offer any help with completing a form and will not accept completed voter registration applications, which must be mailed or brought in person to the local registrar's office.
- Have completed confinement and parole, and had your voting rights restored by a registrar, if you were previously convicted of a felony.
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