Register to Vote: Election Deadline in October

Potential Connecticut voters for the 2012 election have until late October to register to vote.


If you want to cast a ballot for president and any of the other elections this November, you have to register first. The deadline in Connecticut is Oct. 23 for mailed application and Oct. 30 at noon if registering in person.

Voter registration forms are available on the Secretary of State’s website. Voting is open to U.S. citizens at least 18 years old.

The registration forms must be delivered to the Registrar of Voters in the municipality you live in. In and they are located in Town Hall.

Absentee ballots can also be found on the Secretary of State’s website.

As of late 2011,  there were 2.1 million people in Connecticut registered to vote. 

Postman Sharp September 17, 2012 at 12:25 AM
Romney is coming unglued and we're seeing inside him. Americans don't like what they see. He's not a leader. He's not that smart. He's a little man bent on becoming president and that just isn't good enough. Americans wanted Obama. They got him. He's not perfect. But he's not Romney. We'll have him again because Obama has BECOME a GREAT President. Romney does not have that ability and his ego stands in the way of changing. Sorry, Mitt, you don't get my vote.


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