Voter resources
What to Know About Voting in CT

*** The Democratic Primary is on Tuesday August 9th ***
There are two statewide Democratic primaries this year - Treasurer of CT and Secretary of the State.
All registered Democrats in CT can cast ballots on or before August 9th. 

Vote for dita on Row B August 9th 

We've put together a collection of important and useful information for you
so that you're prepared, informed and ready to vote in the upcoming elections.

Our campaign is fueled by people like you who believe in the principles we've all worked so hard for. And today we need your help to share our message across Connecticut. Every action, connection and dollar counts. There are many ways to volunteer and advocate for Dita -  from making calls, walking door to door, hosting events, or being a Social Medial Ambassador. Every little bit helps and I’m grateful for any support you can provide.

Right now you can help us  with Phone banking and Poll Standing.
Sign up below to help get the word out:

Sign up to stand at your local polling station for the primary and general elections. After you submit the form, your information will be reviewd  and we will contact you to stand at the polls on Election Day!

Click here to signup to be a Poll stander.

We get it. Life happens, which is why we are very fortunate to live in CT.
Our state provides absentee ballots if you cannot 
appear at your assigned polling place on Election Day for specific reasons.

Click here to learn more about how to get your Absentee Ballot.

Make calls advocating for Dita fom the comfort of your own home.  Become and advocate for Dita.  speak with other voters about why you believe that Dita is the best candidate for Treasurer of CT.  

Click here to sign up 

With your help we can reach more voters and move CT forward. 


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Check that you are registered to vote in CT!


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general info on Voting in CT


Polls in Connecticut are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an election or primary.

Any elector standing in line at the polls at 8 p.m. will be allowed to cast a vote.​

​Thanks to Connecticut’s new Election Day Registration law, you can register and vote in person on Election Day at your town’s Election Day Registration location. To register, you will need to supply proof of identity and residence.

Contact your local registrars of voters for information about location, hours of operation, and acceptable forms of identification.


Connecticut has closed primaries — Connecticuters must register as a Democrat to vote for Dita!


If you vote in person and have never voted in a federal election in your municipality, you might be asked to present a photo ID, utility bill, bank statement, government document, or paycheck that shows your address.


ONLY 17?

You may still vote in Connecticut if you will be 18 years old by November 1, 2022.



If you are a college student not living in your home state, you can vote for Dita in either your home state or in the state in which you are attending school!



If you are a military voter or a United States citizen living abroad, you are able to request a ballot here.



If you have any questions about voting in Connecticut you may contact your state elections office for more information.


Connecticut Elections Office

Phone: (860) 509-6100

Need to Vote ABSENTEE?


We've collated the information you need to request and receive an absentee ballot to vote in CT elections.

Connecticut law allows you to receive an absentee ballot if you cannot appear at your assigned polling place on election day because of:

  • active service in the Military, 

  • absence from the town during all of the hours of voting, 

  • illness, 

  • religious tenets forbid secular activity on the day of the election, 

  • duties as an election official at a polling place other than your own during all of the hours of voting, 

  • or physical disability.

The State of Connecticut has determined that the existence of the COVID-19 virus allows you to vote by absentee ballot if you so choose for your own safety.

To receive your absentee ballot please complete and sign an application and return it to the Town Clerk.


Absentee Ballots of Other Types

  • Print Disability
    The absentee ballot application, which is accessible by screen readers, includes a check box to indicate that the voter has a print disability.  The Town Clerk will send the ballot envelopes WITHOUT a ballot to the voter and the Secretary of the State will e-mail an accessible ballot to the voter.  The voter will fill out the ballot using their screen reader, print it, and return it in the provided envelopes.  The inner envelope must be signed but it is OK if the signature is not in the correct spot.