Election Information

ELECTION DAY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2021

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AM I REGISTERED TO VOTE?

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Poll Locations

ABSENTEE BALLOTS

Process for Absentee mail-In / Drop-Off Ballots

Absentee ballots are available for any election, primary or referendum, and can be obtained from the Town Clerk's office.

Absentee ballots are available to qualified voters unable to vote on voting day for the following reasons:

    • COVID-19 (All voters are able to check this box, pursuant to Senate Bill 1202 of the June Special Session 2021)
    • My Active service in the Armed Forces of the United States
    • My Absence from the town during all of the hours of voting
    • My illness
    • My religious tenets forbid secular activity on the day of the election, primary or referendum
    • My duties as a primary, election, or referendum official at a polling place other than my own during all of the hours of voting
  • Apply for an absentee ballot
    • Pick your application up from the Town Clerk's Office at Town Hall or Download it at myvote.ct.gov/absentee
    •  Once your application has been received by the Town Clerk a ballot will be mailed to the qualified voter.
  • Return your ballot as soon as possible
    • Use of Official Ballot Drop Box recommended & strongly encouraged due to potential delays with Postal Services
      • The Official Ballot Drop Box is located outside of Town Hall (50 Church Street Windsor Locks).
    • Or mail to the ATTN: TOWN CLERK 50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096

Track Your Absentee Ballot by clicking HERE

  • Online system upgrades include:
    • If application is received by Town Clerk
    • If ballot is issued by Town Clerk
    • If completed ballot is received by Town Clerk

Military and Overseas Voters

  • Military and Overseas voters can request an absentee ballot by Clicking Here
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PERMANENT ABSENTEE BALLOTS

*NEW LEGISLATION*

Public Act 12-57, “An Act Concerning Permanent Absentee Ballot Status for the Permanently Disabled” created permanent absentee balloting status for certain individuals and became effective January 1, 2013.

IN GENERAL
To be eligible for a permanent absentee ballot status, an elector must file with the Town Clerk an absentee ballot application together with a doctor’s certificate stating, that the applicant has a permanent disability and is unable to appear in person at their polling place. The doctor’s note should be on letterhead. There is no prescribed form—the doctor’s note and the absentee ballot application would satisfy the requirement of the law.

Permanent absentee ballot status enables the elector to receive an absentee ballot for each election and primary in the municipality in which they are eligible to vote. Absentee ballots are available 21 days before a Primary and 31 days before an Election.

ELIGIBILITY
In January of each year, the Registrars of Voters will send written notice to each elector with permanent absentee ballot status to determine if the elector continues to reside at the address on the permanent absentee ballot application. If the elector fails to respond to the notice, the permanent absentee ballot status will be removed, but the elector will remain on the voter registration list.

REFERENDUM VOTE

QUESTIONS?

Contact the Registrar of Voters