Election Day 2021! Here's What You Need to Know!

It is Election Day 2021. Here is what you need to know before going to the polls!

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • Before you head out, click here to check your registration status and polling location
  • For same-day voter registration locations in your town, click here. Voters who are in line for Election Day Registration at 8 p.m. will be able to register and vote just like voters at polling places and should stay in line.
  • If you are submitting an absentee ballot, it must be mailed in or dropped out at an official ballot box in city or town hall by 8 p.m.on Election Day. For more information about absentee ballots,click here.
  • This year is a municipal election, so cities and towns will be voting for mayors, first selectman’s, board of alders, town councilors, board of education and more.
  • Click here to check out what your ballot will look like and who is running for office.
  • What do you need at the polls? Photo Identification is not required. For most voters, your identification must fit one of the following requirements for it to be accepted as a valid form of ID at the polls: name and address, OR name and signature, OR, name and photograph.

If you need to report a polling problem, the state will have an Election Day hotline for this, which can be reached by calling 1-866-SEEC-INFO (1-866-733-2463) or emailing elections@ct.gov.

You can find election results on the state's website here.

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