Registrar of Voters/Election Administrators
Phone: (860) 928-6596 x339
Email: Click HERE to send an email
Function and Services
What We Do:
The Registrars of Voters are elected to a two-year term to fulfill the duties of Registrar of Voters that are prescribed in Connecticut General Statutes. There are two registrars, one from each major political party.
Contact us if you need help with:
The Registrars of Voters register voters from all political parties and are responsible to the State for maintaining current voter registration records.
They also conduct all referenda, primaries, and general elections held within Woodstock as required by Statute.
UPCOMING DEADLINES FOR WOODSTOCK VOTERS
With the upcoming elections on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, Woodstock's Registrars of Voters are encouraging all residents and citizens to register to vote! Voting will take place on the lower level of the Woodstock Town Hall from 6am until 8pm.
You may register at the Town Hall during regular business hours: M/T/Th 8:30-4:30; Wed 8:30-6:00; Fri 8:30-3:00. The Registrars' hours are on Tuesdays from 10am-noon. Online voter registration is also available until October 21, 2014 by clicking here and following the directions. Important dates to keep in mind in order to vote on Tuesday, November 4:
- Friday, October 3: Absentee ballots are available from the Town Clerk's Office.
- Saturday, October 18: The registrars will hold a Special Voter Registration session at the Town Hall from 10am-2pm.
- Tuesday, October 21: The deadline for registrations by mail. Applications must be received or postmarked by this date in order to be accepted for the November 4th election.
- Tuesday, October 28: The registrars will hold a mandatory "7th Day Before Election Day" registration at the Town Hall from 9am-8pm. Applicants must appear in person to register.
- Monday, November 3: The registrars will hold a limited special registration session at the Town Hall from 9am-5pm for those seeking to vote in the election whose qualifications as to age, citizenship, or residence was attained since October 28
- Tuesday, November 4: Election Day! Cast your votes between 6am-8pm. Election Day registration will take place at the Woodstock Town Hall until 8pm. Eligible people can register to vote in person and cast a ballot on Election Day if he or she meets eligibility requirements for voting and is either (1) not already an elector or (2) is registered in one municipality but wants to change his or her registration because he or she currently lives in another municipality. A person is eligible to register and vote if he or she is a U.S. citizen, age 18 years or older, and a bona fide resident of the municipality which he or she applies for administration as an elector.
Please exercise your right to vote!
From the Registrar of Voter's Office
On-line voter registration is now available in Connecticut as of January 2014! Not only can you register to vote, but you can also make changes to your voter registration as well: name, address and party changes can all be done on-line.
Curbside Voting Available for Elderly and Handicapped Individuals:
Park in designated area and Registrars will come out to your car and take your vote!
Who can work at the polls?
Answer: Any Woodstock resident 16 years of age or older. Pay is $10.00 an hour. Contact the registrar by email if interested.