Registrars of Voters
50 Church Street
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Phone: (860) 654-1619
Tuesday: 9:00am - 11:00am
Thursday: 9:00am - 11:00am
Registrar - Democrat
John L. Ferrari
Deputy Registrar - Democrat
Registrar - Republican
Deputy Registrar - Republican
Click on https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/ for additional information on Voting,
or to obtain Voter Registration Forms
Windsor Locks Redistricting May Change Your Polling Location
Due to the recent redistricting by the CT General Assembly as mandated by Federal and State law, Windsor Locks now has two districts instead of one. This also means there are now two State Representatives. District 61 will vote at the Mario Gatti Town Hall and District 60 will vote at Windsor Locks High School. As a result of the new mapping, your district and polling location may change. If a residents polling location is changing you will receive written communication in the mail from the Registrars of Voters.
For more information and answers to frequently asked questions, including a map of redistricting, please go to www.cga.ct.gov and search for: 2021 Redistricting Project.
There are several ways to register to vote for your convenience. They are:
- Registering on line. Go to the Windsor Locks Web site. Click on Departments and click Registrar's of Voters. From there you can register on line without leaving your home.
- Register through the State of Connecticut. Go to www.ct.gov/sots, click on Elections and Voting, scroll down to: Register to vote online and follow the instructions.
- Come in to the Registrar's of Voters office and register in person. We are located in Town Hall at 50 Church Street. We are open to the public every Tuesday & Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
- Give us a call at (860) 654-1619 and we can mail you a registration application for you to complete and either mail back to us or drop it off at your office at 50 Church Street.
TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN CONNECTICUT YOU MUST:
- be a United States citizen;
- be a resident of a Connecticut town;
- be at least 17 years old (must turn 18 before election day)
- have completed confinement if previously convicted of a disfranchising felony
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:
- Physical disability
- Absence from town during all voting hours
- Religious beliefs forbidding secular activity on voting day
- Serving as an election official
- Active service in the Armed Forces