Ballot access requirements for political candidates in Connecticut

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This page contains extensive information about ballot access requirements for state and federal candidates running for elected office in the state of Connecticut. Offices included are:

This page contains information on specific filing dates for each election year, how to become a candidate, how to create a political party, campaign finance requirements, state agency contacts involved in the election process, and term limits in Connecticut. Information on running for election as a presidential candidate or for county and municipal offices is not included. This page reflects research completed in April 2014.

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Year-specific dates

2014

See also: Connecticut elections, 2014

Connecticut held a primary election on August 12, 2014 and will hold a general election on November 4, 2014. Voters will elect candidates to serve in the following state and federal offices:

Primary election candidates had to file their petition or nomination certificate by June 10, 2014.[1][2] Petition candidates had to file by August 6, 2014, and write-in candidates must file by October 21, 2014.[3][4] The deadline to file paperwork to create a new political party is the same as a petition candidate's filing deadline, as new political parties are created by a candidate's designation by petition.[5] These deadlines, in addition to other candidate filing deadlines, can be found in the table below.[6] Campaign finance deadlines are also included in the table below.[7][8]

Legend:      Ballot Access     Campaign Finance     Election Date




Dates and Requirements for Candidates in 2014
Deadline Event Type Event Description
January 2, 2014 Ballot Access First day petition candidates can circulate their petitions
January 10, 2014 Campaign Finance January 10 Filing Report due
April 10, 2014 Campaign Finance April 10 Filing Report due
April 29, 2014 Ballot Access First day major party candidates for statewide or federal office can circulate petitions
May 27, 2014 Ballot Access First day major party candidates for state legislative office can circulate petitions
June 10, 2014 Ballot Access Filing deadline for political party candidates for the primary election
July 3, 2014 Ballot Access Last day for a minor party to submit party rules
July 10, 2014 Campaign Finance July 10 Filing Report due
July 18, 2014 Campaign Finance Deadline for primary election candidates to file affidavit for Citizens' Election Program
July 24, 2014 Campaign Finance First Weekly Supplemental Filing Report for the primary election due
July 31, 2014 Campaign Finance Second Weekly Supplemental Filing Report for the primary election due
August 5, 2014 Campaign Finance Seventh Day Preceding Primary Filing Report due
August 6, 2014 Ballot Access Filing deadline for petition candidates and first day write-in candidates can register
August 7, 2014 Campaign Finance Final Weekly Supplemental Filing Report for the primary election due
August 12, 2014 Election Date Primary election date
September 3, 2014 Ballot Access Last day for a minor party to certify a list of candidates for the general election
September 11, 2014 Campaign Finance 30 Days Following Primary Filing Report due
September 25, 2014 Campaign Finance Deadline for general election candidates to file affidavit for Citizens' Election Program
October 10, 2014 Campaign Finance October 10 Filing Report due
October 21, 2014 Ballot Access Filing deadline for write-in candidates for the general election
October 23, 2014 Campaign Finance First Weekly Supplemental Filing Report for the general election due
October 28, 2014 Campaign Finance Seventh Day Preceding General Election Filing Report due
October 30, 2014 Campaign Finance Final Weekly Supplemental Filing Report for the general election due
November 4, 2014 Election Date General Election
November 10, 2014 Campaign Finance Deficit Filing Report due for unsuccessful primary candidates
November 17, 2014 Campaign Finance Termination Filing Report due for unsuccessful primary candidates
January 10, 2015 Campaign Finance January 10 Filing Report due

Political parties

See also: List of political parties in the United States

As of October 2013, Connecticut officially recognizes six political parties.[9][10] In order to be recognized by the state, a political party must fulfill certain requirements, which are detailed below in "Process to establish a political party."

Party Website link By-laws/Platform link
Democratic Party http://ctdems.org/ Party rules
Green Party http://www.ctgreenparty.org/ Party platform
Independent Party http://www.independentpartyofct.com/index.html Party bylaws
Libertarian Party http://www.lpct.org/ Party platform
Republican Party http://www.ctgop.org/ Party mission
Working Families Party http://ct-workingfamilies.org/ Party values

In some states, a candidate may choose to have a label other than that of an officially recognized party appear alongside his or her name on the ballot. Such labels are called political party designations. A political party designation would be used when a candidate qualifies as an independent, but prefers to use a different label. Connecticut[10] does allow candidates to identify in this way. A total of 25 states allow candidates to use political party designations in non-presidential elections.{{{Reference}}}

The 11 states listed below (and Washington, D.C.) do not provide a process for political organizations to gain qualified status in advance of an election. Instead, in these states, an aspirant party must first field candidates using party designations. If the candidate or candidates win the requisite votes, the organization may then be recognized as an official political party. In these states, a political party can be formed only if the candidate in the general election obtains a specific number of votes. The number of votes required and type of race vary from state to state. Details can be found on the state-specific requirements pages.[11]

Process to establish a political party

DocumentIcon.jpg See statutes: Chapter 153 of the Connecticut Statutes

Qualifying a minor party

There are three steps to establish a minor party in Connecticut. They are as follows:[10]

  • First, the political organization wishing to become a minor party must run a candidate by petition with a party designation. If the candidate receives one percent of the votes cast for the office he or she sought, the minor party will be officially recognized for that office and be able to nominate candidates for that office without collecting signatures on a petition for the next election.
  • Second, the minor party must file a copy of the party rules with the Connecticut Secretary of State. The rules must detail how the minor party will nominate their candidates in the next election and must be filed 60 days before the next election in which they wish to nominate a candidate, as the party rules will not be effective until 60 days after filing. This includes any amendments to the party rules.[12]
  • Third, the minor party must continue to run candidates for the offices they have already qualified for as they come up for re-election. Failure to do so will result in the loss of minor party status for that office.

For an example of the requirements to be recognized as a minor party, look to the table below.

Total votes cast for U.S. representative from district 1 in 2012 Votes needed to gain minor party status for office of U.S. representative, district 1 Total votes cast for state senator from district 1 in 2012 Votes needed to gain minor party status for office of state senator, district 1 Total votes cast for state representative from district 1 in 2012 Votes needed to gain minor party status for office of state representative, district 1
297,061[13] 2,971 25,613[13] 256 6,451[13] 65

Qualifying a major party

Major party recognition can be achieved in one of two ways:[14]

  • If the party's candidate for governor at the most recent general election received at least 20 percent of the total votes cast.
  • If the party, at the most recent general election for governor, had at least 20 percent of the total number of registered voters enrolled with their party.

For an example of the requirements to be recognized as a major party, look to the table below.

Votes cast for governor in 2010 Votes needed to be recognized as a major party Number of voters registered for 2010 general election Number of registered voters needed to be enrolled to be recognized as a major party
1,145,799[15] 229,160 2,150,633[16] 430,127

Convention requirements

In Connecticut, a convention is a meeting of political party delegates held for the purpose of transacting party business, such as nominating candidates to run in a primary election.[14]

Minor party convention requirements

  • Minor parties may not select delegates to a convention unless their party rules have been submitted to the Connecticut Secretary of State at least 60 days previously.[12]
  • At least five days before a convention is held to nominate candidates, written notice of the date, time, location and purpose of the convention must be given to the Secretary of State. This information must also be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the district of the office or offices for which candidates will be nominated at the convention.[17]

Major party convention requirements

  • Major party delegates to a state or district convention may be selected by a caucus of enrolled members of the major party or by town committees of the major party.[18] Delegates must be selected no earlier than the 140th day and no later than the 132nd day prior to the date of the primary election.[19]
  • A major party's state or district convention must be held no earlier than the 98th day and no later than the 77th day preceding the primary election.[20]

Process to become a candidate

Quick facts about Lieutenant Governors
  • 45 states have Lt. governors, 43 of them fill the office by election
  • 21 states, including Connecticut, elect Lt. governors on a single ticket with the governor at both the primary and general elections
  • 5 states elect Lt. governors separately from Governors at the primary and then put the top two vote-getters together on the general election ballot
  • 17 states elect Lt. governors separately from the Governor

DocumentIcon.jpg See statutes: Chapter 153 of the Connecticut Statutes

Major party candidates

Major party candidates may be nominated to run in the primary election in one of two ways:[2]

  • By nomination at a convention
    • To be considered nominated at a convention, a candidate must have received at least 15 percent of the votes cast by convention delegates for the office sought.[2]
    • After getting nominated at a convention, the candidate must file a certificate of nomination with the Connecticut Secretary of State. The certificate must be signed by the candidate, state that the candidate was endorsed by the major party at the convention and provide the candidate's name as it will appear on the ballot, the candidate's address and the office the candidate seeks. The certificate must also be attested by the chairman, presiding officer or secretary of the convention.[21]
  • By petition
    • A candidate who has been nominated by convention cannot be nominated by petition.[2]
    • To be nominated by petition, a major party candidate must collect signatures equal to at least two percent of the total number of members enrolled in that major party in the state.[2]
    • Petition forms to collect those signatures are provided by the Secretary of State beginning on the 105th day preceding the primary election for candidates seeking federal or state executive office. Candidates seeking office in the Connecticut State Legislature can pick up petitions beginning on the 77th day preceding the primary election.
    • In order to receive a petition form, the name, address and office sought of each candidate on the petition must be provided, along with a statement from each candidate listed that they have consented to have their names put on the petition.[22]
    • Petitions must be filed with the registrar of voters in each town the petition was circulated no later than the 63rd day preceding the primary.[2] The registrar of voters must give a receipt of the petition to the candidate, and the candidate must file a copy of that receipt with the Secretary of State. The registrar of voters must then certify the names on the petition and file it with the Secretary of State within seven days.[23]

If more than one major party candidate is up for the same office, a primary election will be held for that office. If there is only a single candidate nominated for an office, that candidate will advance to the general election without running in the primary election.[2][24][25]

Minor party candidates

Figure 1: This is the first page of the Application for Nominating Petition for independent or minor party candidates in Connecticut.

Minor parties gain ballot access by running a candidate by petition with a party designation.[10] Because of this, there are two ways a minor party may nominate candidates, depending on whether or not the minor party has qualified for the office sought.

  • If the minor party has not yet qualified for the office sought, minor party candidates must be nominated by petition. Minor party petition candidates affiliate with their minor party on an Application for Reservation of Party Designation and Formation of Party Designation Committee. This must be filed with the Connecticut Secretary of State. On this application, the candidate must indicate a party name no more than three words or 25 letters long and must provide signatures of 25 registered voters in the state and the names of two individuals who will be responsible for filing a Statement of Endorsement qualifying the candidate to run under the party name specified.[26][27] Candidates for the same minor party for state offices may be included on the same petition, including the office of president. All other offices must have separate petitions for each candidate.[28]
  • If the minor party has qualified for the office sought, candidates can be nominated without petitions.[10] The process to select these candidates must be provided for in the copy of the party rules filed with the Secretary of State.[29] The presiding officer of the committee or meeting in charge of deciding on the nominations is required to certify and file a list of the minor party’s nominees with the Secretary of State no later than 62 days prior to the election in which they will be running. The list of nominees must include:[30]
    • The names of the candidates as they will appear on the ballot
    • The signature of each candidate
    • The address of each candidate
    • The title and office sought by each candidate

Petition candidates

Unaffiliated candidates can petition to gain ballot access. To do this, they must first file an application for the petition with the Connecticut Secretary of State. The application must include the name of the candidate and a statement signed by the candidate showing he or she has consented to put his or her name on the petition.[31] The candidate can then circulate the petition, collecting signatures of registered voters eligible to vote for the candidate equal to the lesser of one percent of the votes cast for the office the candidate is seeking at the most recent election or 7,500.[26][32]

Once completed, petitions may be filed with either the Secretary of State or the town clerk where the candidate resides.[26] If filing with the town clerk, the town clerk must hand over the petition to the Secretary of State within two weeks of receiving it.[33]

Write-in candidates

Write-in candidates can only run in the general election.[34] To do so, they must register with the Connecticut Secretary of State no earlier than 90 days but no later than 14 days before the general election. The registration must include the candidate's name and address, the office sought, and a statement of consent to be a candidate. Write-in candidates cannot designate an affiliation with a political party, and no candidate who was nominated by a major or minor party or by petition may run as a write-in candidate.[4]

Petition requirements

DocumentIcon.jpg See statutes: Chapter 153 of the Connecticut Statutes

In some cases, political parties and/or candidates may need to obtain signatures via the petition process to gain ballot access. This section outlines the laws and regulations pertaining to petitions and circulators in Connecticut.

Petitions

In Connecticut, major party, minor party and independent candidates can petition for ballot access. To do this, petitions must include the following:

  • Petitions must contain a set of instructions and must indicate where the petition will be circulated, the time, date and place it will be filed and the candidates, offices sought, political party affiliation of the candidates (if applicable) and the election in which they will be running. This information cannot be changed once the petition has been signed. There must also be spaces provided for signatures, printed names, addresses and dates of birth of those who sign the petition.[35][36]
  • All petitions must include the following printed statement: "Warning: it is a crime to sign this petition in the name of another person without legal authority to do so, and you may not sign this petition if you are not an elector."[35][37]
  • Each page of a petition must contain signers from the same municipality.[35]
  • Signers of a petition may withdraw their signature at any time, up to the deadline by which the petition needs to be filed. They may do this by filing a written notice of the withdrawal to the candidates named in the petition and to the Connecticut Secretary of State by registered or certified mail.[38]
  • Petitions for major party candidates seeking access to the primary election can include as many candidates to state offices as there are nominations to be made.[35]

Circulators

Circulators of petitions must be U.S. citizens, at least 18 years old, a resident of Connecticut and cannot be on parole for conviction of a felony.[39][40] Circulators of petitions for political party candidates seeking ballot access in a primary election must be enrolled party members of the same political party as the candidate in a municipality of Connecticut. Each petition page must contain a signed statement of the registrar of voters of that municipality attesting to that circulator's membership. Any candidate proposed on the primary petition may also be a circulator of that petition.[35]

Petitions must include a statement attesting to the eligibility of the circulator and the authenticity of the signatures. This statement must be signed by the circulator in the presence of the town clerk when filing the petition and must include:[35][41][42]

  • The circulator's address, including the town where the circulator is a resident
  • The circulator's date of birth
  • That the circulator is a U.S. citizen and not on parole for a felony
  • That each person whose name appears on the petition signed in the presence of the circulator, and that the circulator either knew the signers or they satisfactorily identified themselves
  • That the candidates' names, offices sought and political party affiliation were all filled in prior to anyone signing the petition.

Campaign finance

DocumentIcon.jpg See statutes: Chapter 155 of the Connecticut Statutes

The campaign finance reporting process for candidates seeking state office in Connecticut is outlined below. Candidates seeking federal office must file with the Federal Election Commission. Reporting details for federal candidates are not included in this section.

Reporting requirements

All campaign financial reporting documents are filed with the State Elections Enforcement Commission. All reporting documents can be filed online through eCRIS, Connecticut's Campaign Reporting Information System, which can be found here.

Candidate committees

A candidate is considered any individual who is seeking election to public office, which means the individual has either been endorsed by a party, gained access to the ballot through a primary, or solicited or received contributions for campaign purposes.[43]

Within 10 days of becoming a candidate, that candidate must file a Committee Statement to form a candidate committee and designate a campaign treasurer as well as a depository institution for the candidate committee's funds. The Committee Statement must be signed by the candidate as well as the named campaign treasurer and the deputy treasurer if one is appointed. Candidate committees are required for all candidates unless:[44]

  • The candidate is one of a slate of candidates whose campaign is funded solely by a party committee or political committee formed for a single election, and expenditures made on behalf of the candidate are reported by that committee.
  • The candidate finances his or her campaign solely from personal funds and does not solicit or accept contributions. In this case, if the candidate uses more than $1,000 of personal funds for campaign purposes, the candidate will have to file the same financial reports as a campaign treasurer would.
  • The candidate does not receive or spend more than $1,000 for the campaign.

Candidates required to file candidate committees must also decide whether or not they will be participating in the Citizens' Election Program and file either an Affidavit of Intent to Abide by Expenditure Limits and Other Program Requirements (Form CEP 10) or an Affidavit of Intent Not to Abide by Expenditure Limits (Form CEP 11).[8]

Campaign treasurers

Campaign treasurers must be registered voters in the state of Connecticut.[45] If an individual named as campaign treasurer for a candidate committee has previously had civil penalties or forfeitures assessed against him or her, the individual must pay those penalties before fulfilling the role as campaign treasurer. In addition, if the individual has been convicted of or pled guilty to any felony involving fraud, forgery, larceny, embezzlement or bribery, or any criminal offense under the state election or campaign finance laws, eight years must pass since the conviction or completion of a sentence, whichever is later, before that individual may act as campaign treasurer.[46]

Campaign treasurers are in charge of all campaign finances for the candidate committee. No financial obligation can be incurred by the committee without authorization of the campaign treasurer.[47] Within 20 days of receiving a contribution for the candidate committee, campaign treasurers are required to deposit those contributions in the depository institution named on the Committee Statement.[46]

Reporting

All campaign reports must include:[48]

  • An itemized accounting of each contribution the candidate committee received during the reporting period, including the amount of the contribution and the name and address of the contributor.
  • The total amount of anonymous donations received and the denomination of the bills.
  • An itemized accounting of each expenditure made, including the name and address of each payee.
  • An itemized accounting of each expense incurred but not paid.
  • The name and address of all guarantors of loans, or individuals who co-signed loans, for the candidate.
  • The occupation and employer of any individual who contributes more than $100.
  • The spouse and any dependent children of a lobbyist who contributes to the campaign.

Reports must cover the time period starting with the first day not covered in a previous report until the last day of the month prior to the month during which the next report is due. In the case of reports required by the seventh day preceding an election, the reports must cover the time up until seven days immediately preceding the deadline to file. Reports are filed:[48]

  • January 10, April 10, July 10 and October 10, unless those days fall on a weekend or holiday. In that case they will be due on the next business day.
  • The seventh day before an election in which the candidate is running.
  • 30 days after a primary election, if the candidate ran in the primary, and 45 days after the general election.

Candidate committees are not required to file reports until the committee receives or spends more than $1,000 for the campaign.[48]

After the election

If a candidate committee shows no surplus or deficit on the last required report, that will be the last report required from the campaign treasurer.[48]

If a campaign committee has surplus funds after an election, they must be expended within 90 days of a candidate's defeat in the primary or by January 31 of the next year after the general election. Funds can be expended in one of the following ways:[48]

  • If the candidate did not participate in the Citizens' Election Program, surplus funds may be donated to the Citizens' Election Fund or to a tax exempt charitable organization.
  • If the candidate did participate in the Citizens' Election Program, surplus funds must be returned to the Citizens' Election Fund.
  • If the candidate was successfully elected to public office, the surplus funds can be used to pay for the cost of clerical, secretarial or other office expenses incurred by the candidate in preparation for taking office.

Within seven days of expending the surplus funds, the campaign treasurer must file a supplemental statement detailing any contributions received since the last report and explaining how all surplus funds were distributed.[48]

If a deficit is left after the election, the campaign treasurer must file a supplemental statement within 90 days after a candidate has been defeated in a primary election or by February 7 (or the next business day, if that date falls on a weekend) after a general election detailing the deficit. On the seventh day of each month following, a statement must be filed if the deficit increased or decreased by $500 during the month previous. The campaign treasurer must continue to file these statements until the deficit is eliminated.[48]

Contribution limits

In addition to reporting requirements, candidates and candidate committees must follow contribution limits, as detailed in the table below. These limits apply separately to primary elections and general elections.[49][50]

Office Individual contribution limit State central party committee contribution limit Town committee contribution limit Political committee contribution limit Legislative leadership or caucus committee contribution limit
Governor of Connecticut $3,500 $50,000 $7,500 $5,000 Prohibited
Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Comptroller or Attorney General $2,000 $35,000 $5,000 $3,000 Prohibited
State Senator $1,000 $10,000 $5,000 $1,500 $10,000
State Representative $250 $5,000 $3,000 $750 $5,000

Additional contribution limits include:

  • Individuals under the age of 18 cannot make contributions in excess of $30.[49]
  • Business entities are prohibited from making any contributions or expenditures to a candidate's campaign.[51]
  • Candidate committees cannot make contributions to, or for the benefit of, a party committee, a political committee, a committee for a candidate for federal or out-of-state office, a national committee or another candidate committee.[52]
  • Candidate committees cannot accept contributions from any national committee or from a committee of a candidate for federal or out-of-state office.[52]

Citizens' Election Program

The Citizens' Election Program is a voluntary program that gives public financing to qualified candidates for statewide or state legislative office. It is funded by the Citizens' Election Fund. To participate in the Citizens' Election Program, candidates must agree to abide by certain requirements, including strict contribution and expenditure limits and mandatory financial disclosures.[8]

Candidates may apply for the Citizens' Election Program as early as the third week in May by filing the Affidavit of Intent to Abide by Expenditure Limits and Other Program Requirements (SEEC Form CEP 10). On this form, the candidate must indicate his or her party affiliation or if the candidate is a petitioning candidate. If that affiliation changes in any way after filing the affidavit, the candidate will no longer be eligible for a grant through the Citizens' Election Program.[8]

To qualify for public financing, candidates must show they have adequate public support. They show this by raising qualifying contributions made up of small monetary donations between $5 and $100 from individuals. In-kind donations, personal funds of the candidate and loans cannot be counted as qualifying contributions. The total amount of qualifying contributions needed depends on the office sought, as detailed in the table below.[8]

Office Total amount of qualifying contributions needed Details
Governor of Connecticut $250,000 $225,000 must come from in-state contributions
Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Comptroller or Attorney General $75,000 $67,500 must come from in-state contributions
State Senator $15,000 Contributions must come from 300 residents of municipalities in the district
State Representative $5,000 Contributions must come from 150 residents of municipalities in the district

Candidates participating in the Citizens' Election Program are allowed to use only a certain amount of their personal funds, as detailed in the table below.[8]

Office Maximum personal funds allowed
Governor of Connecticut $20,000
Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Comptroller or Attorney General $10,000
State Senator $2,000
State Representative $1,000

Participating candidates must file supplemental reports in the weeks leading up to an election. Three are required before the primary election, and two are required before the general election. The public funds given to participating candidates may not be used for:[8]

  • The personal use of any candidate or individual
  • Payments to the candidate or candidate’s family members or the businesses of the participating candidate
  • Contributions, loans or expenditures to other candidates or committees
  • Payments above fair market value for goods or services received
  • Expenditures lacking sufficient contemporaneous documentation.

Election-related agencies

See also: State election agencies

Candidates running for office may require some form of interaction with the following agencies:

Secretary of State

Why: Oversees candidate filing and reporting and all election procedures.
Physical Address: 30 Trinity Street, Hartford, CT 06106
Mailing Address: ATTN: LEAD, PO Box 150470, Hartford, CT 06115-0470
Telephone: 860-509-6100
Toll Free: 1-800-540-3764
Fax: 860-509-6127
Email: lead@ct.gov
http://www.sots.ct.gov/

State Elections Enforcement Commission

Why: Investigates violations of election laws and inspects financial records and reports of candidates.
20 Trinity ST
Hartford, CT 06106
Telephone: 860-256-2940
Toll Free: 866-SEEC-INFO
Fax: (860) 256-2981
Email: SEEC@ct.gov
http://www.ct.gov/seec/

Municipal offices

See also: Counties in Connecticut

Party candidates who wish to petition onto the primary election ballot must file their petitions with the registrar of voters in the towns where the petition was circulatred. Individual town contact information can be found in the table below. If an email address is not provided in the table, it is because one does not exist for this municipality. To provide a link or information in the table below, please email us.

Connecticut Municipal Contact Information
Town Email Phone Second Phone Fax Website Physical Address Mailing Address
Andover Registrar of Voters (860) 742-0188 ext. 2 (860) 742-7535 link Andover Town Office, 17 School Road Andover, CT 06232
Ansonia Registrar of Voters (203) 736-5970 link 253 Main Street, Ansonia, CT 06401
Ashford Registrar of Voters Email submission form (860) 487-4410 link Ashford Municipal Offices, 5 Town Hall Road, Ashford, CT 06278
Avon Registrar of Voters (860) 409-4350 (860) 409-4368 link Avon Town Hall, 60 West Main Street (Route 44) Avon, CT 06001
Barkhamsted Registrar of Voters (860) 738-4695 (860) 379-9284 link 67 Ripley Hill Road, PO Box 558 Pleasant Valley, CT 06063
Beacon Falls Registrar of Voters (203) 720-1571 link 10 Maple Ave, Beacon Falls, CT 06403
Berlin Registrar of Voters (860) 828-7021 (860) 828-7020 link 240 Kensington Rd, Berlin, CT 06037
Bethany Registrar of Voters vr.bethany@po.state.ct.us (203) 393-2100 x121 link Registrar of Voters, Bethany Town Hall, 40 Peck Road, Bethany, CT 06524-3338
Bethel Registrar of Voters ryann@bethel-ct.gov (203) 794-8516 link 1 School Street Bethel, CT
Bethlehem Registrar of Voters (203) 266-7510 ext. 7 (203) 266-7682 link 36 Main St South, Bethlehem, CT 06751
Bloomfield Registrar of Voters Registrar_r@bloomfieldct.org (860) 769-3540 link 800 Bloomfield Avenue, Bloomfield, CT 06002
Bolton Registrar of Voters bolton.rep@gmail.com or bolton.dem@gmail.com (860) 533-1243 (860) 649-3187 link Notch Road Municipal Center, 104 Notch Road, Bolton, CT 222 Bolton Center Road, Bolton, CT 06043
Bozrah Town Clerk townclerk@bozrahct.org (860) 889-2689 x2 (860) 887-5449 link 1 River Road, Bozrah, CT
Branford Registrar of Voters voter@branford-ct.gov (203) 483-3998 link 40 Kirkham Street, Branford, CT
Bridgeport Registrar of Voters (203) 576-7281 (203) 332-5629 link City Hall Annex, 1st Floor, 999 Broad Street, Bridgeport, CT
Bridgewater Registrar of Voters (860) 354-5901 (860) 350-5944 link 44 Main Street South, P.O. Box 216, Bridgewater ,CT 06752
Bristol Registrar of Voters NoraAnderson@bristolct.gov (860) 584-6165 link 111 N. Main St., Bristol, CT 06010
Brookfield Registrar of Voters (203) 775-7343 (203) 775-5231 link 100 Pocono Road, Brookfield, CT 06804
Brooklyn Registrar of Voters Email submission form (860) 779-3411 link Brooklyn Town Hall, 4 Wolf Den Rd., Brooklyn, CT 06234 Brooklyn Town Hall, PO Box 356, Brooklyn, CT 06234
Burlington Registrar of Voters (860) 673-6789 ext 217 (860) 675-9312 link 200 Spielman Highway, Burlington, CT 06013
Canaan Registrar of Voters vr.canaan@po.state.ct.us (860) 824-0707 link PO Box 47 Falls Village, CT 06031-0047
Canterbury Registrar of Voters (860) 546-9605 link Town of Canterbury, 1 Municipal Drive, Canterbury CT 06331
Canton Registrar of Voters (860) 693-7839 link Registrar of Voters, 4 Market Street, PO Box 168, Collinsville, CT 06022
Chaplin Registrar of Voters (860) 455.0073, ext. 319 (860) 455-0027 link 495 Phoenixville Road, Chaplin, CT 06235
Cheshire Registrar of Voters spappas@cheshirect.org (203) 271-6680 link 84 South Main Street, Cheshire, CT 06410
Chester Registrar of Voters (860) 526-0013, ext. 211 (860) 526-0004 link Chester Town Hall, 203 Middlesex Avenue, Chester, CT 06412
Clinton Registrar of Voters kmarsden@clintonct.org (860) 669-9101 link 54 East Main Street, Clinton, CT 06413
Colchester Registrar of Voters (860) 537-7204 (860) 537-0547 link 127 Norwich Avenue, Suite 103, Colchester, CT 06415
Colebrook Registrar of Voters (860) 379-3359 ext. 211 (860) 379-7215 link 562 Colebrook Road, PO Box 5, Colebrook, Connecticut, 06021-1010
Columbia Registrar of Voters registrar@columbiact.org (860) 228-0110 x 27 link Yeomans Hall, 323 Rt 87, Columbia, CT 06237
Cornwall Registrar of Voters (860) 672-6191 (860) 672-0279 link 26 Pine Street, P.O. Box 97, Cornwall, CT 06753
Coventry Registrar of Voters (860) 742-4061 (860) 742-8911 link 1712 Main St., Coventry, CT 06238
Cromwell Registrar of Voters banderson@cromwellct.com or lduren@cromwellct.com (860) 632-3458 (860) 632-3418 link 41 West St., Town Hall, 1st Floor, Cromwell, CT 06416
Danbury Registrar of Voters (203) 797-4550 link Registrar of Voters, 155 Deer Hill Ave., Danbury, CT 06810
Darien Registrar of Voters vote@darienct.gov 203-656-7319 203-656-7301 link 2 Renshaw Road, Darien CT 06820
Deep River Registrar of Voters (860) 526-6059 (860) 526-9213 (860) 526-6023 link 174 Main Street, Deep River, CT 06417
Derby Registrar of Voters (860) 736-1454 link Derby City Hall, 1 Elizabeth Street, Derby, CT
Durham Registrar of Voters plucashu@townofdurhamct.org or kcheyney@townofdurhamct.org (860) 343-6719 (860) 343-6733 link Durham Town Hall, 30 Town House Road, P.O. Box 428, Durham, Connecticut 06422
East Granby Registrar of Voters (860) 653-0097 (860) 653-4017 link 9 Center Street, East Granby, CT 06026, P.0. Box 1858
East Haddam Registrar of Voters (860) 873-5029 link P.O. Box K, 7 Main Street, East Haddam, CT 06423
East Hampton Registrar of Voters (860) 267-2519 ext 321 (860) 267-1027 link 20 East High Street, East Hampton, CT 06424
East Hartford Registrar of Voters (860) 291-7100 (860) 289-0831 link Town Hall, 740 Main Street 1st Floor, East Hartford, CT 06108
East Haven Registrar of Voters (203) 468-3320 link East Haven Town Hall 250 Main Street, East Haven, CT. 06512
East Lyme Registrar of Voters link Community Center, 35 Society Rd., Niantic, CT 06357
East Windsor Registrar of Voters (860) 292-5915 link Town Hall Annex, 25 School Street, East Windsor, CT 06088
Eastford Town Clerk townclerk@townofeastford.com (860) 974-0133 x4 link 16 Westford Rd, Eastford, CT 06242
Easton Registrar of Voters voters@eastonct.gov (203) 268-6291 (203) 261-6080 link Easton Town Hall, Attn: Registrar of Voters, P.O. Box 61, Easton, CT. 06612
Ellington Registrar of Voters sluginbuhl@ellington-ct.gov or wdeland@ellington-ct.gov (860) 870-3107 (860) 870-3108 link 55 Main Street, P.O. Box 187, Ellington, CT 06029
Enfield Registrar of Voters ccenski@enfield.org or dwawer@enfield.org (860) 253-6320 (860) 253-6321 link 820 Enfield Street, Enfield, CT 06082
Essex Registrar of Voters jheiser@EssexCT.gov 860-767-4340 x142 (860) 767-8509 link 29 West Avenue, Essex, CT 06426
Fairfield Registrar of Voters (203) 256-3115 (203) 255-8200 link Old Town Hall – 611 Old Post Road, Fairfield, CT 06824
Farmington Registrar of Voters (860) 675-2367 link Town Hall, 1 Monteith Drive, Farmington, 06032-1053
Franklin Registrar of Voters vr.franklin@po.state.ct.us (860) 642-7352, ext. 12 link 7 Meetinghouse Hill, Franklin, CT 06254
Glastonbury Registrar of Voters infocenter@glastonbury-ct.gov (860) 652-7628 (860) 652-7627 link Town Hall, 2155 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033
Goshen Registrar of Voters (860) 491-2308 ext 236 (860) 491-6028 link 42A North Street, Goshen, CT 06756
Granby Registrar of Voters (860) 844-5322 (860) 844-5308 (860) 653-4769 link Granby Town Hall 15 North Granby Road, Granby, CT 06035
Greenwich Registrar of Voters (203) 622-7889 (203) 622-7890 link Town Hall, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich
Griswold Registrar of Voters RoV@griswold-ct.org (860) 376-7060 Ext. 208 or 210 link 28 Main Street, Griswold, CT 06351
Groton Registrar of Voters rov@groton-ct.gov (860) 441-6650 link Registrar of Voters Office, 2 Fort Hill Road, Groton, CT 06340
Guilford Registrar of Voters Email submission form (203) 453-8028 link 31 Park Street, Guilford, CT 06437
Haddam Registrar of Voters registrar@haddam.org (860) 345-0979 link 439 Saybrook Rd. (Rte 154), Higganum, CT 06441 Registrars of Voters Office, Town Office Building, 30 Field Park Drive, Haddam, CT 06438
Hamden Registrar of Voters (203) 287-7081 link Hamden Government Center, 2750 Dixwell Avenue, Hamden, CT 06518
Hampton Registrar of Voters registrars@hamptonct.org (860) 455-9132 Ext.4 (860) 455-0517 link 164 Main Street, Hampton, CT 06247 P. O. Box 143, Hampton, CT 06247
Hartford Registrar of Voters (860) 757-9311 link City Hall, Room 002, 550 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103
Hartland Municipal Services (860) 653-0285 link Hartland Town Hall, 22 South Road, East Hartland, CT 06027
Harwinton Registrar of Voters (860) 485-9051 (860) 485-0051 link 100 Bentley Drive, PO Box 66, Harwinton CT, 06791
Hebron Town Offices (860) 228-5971 link 15 Gilead Street (Route 85), Hebron, CT 06248
Kent Registrar of Voters registrar@townofkentct.org (860) 927-1953 (860) 927-1313 link PO Box 676, Kent, CT 06757
Killingly Registrar of Voters (860) 779-5301 (860) 779-5302 link Killingly Town Hall, P.O. Box 6000, 172 Main Street, Danielson, CT 06239
Killingworth Registrar of Voters rov@townofkillingworth.com (860) 663-1765 x 511 link Town of Killingworth, 323 Route 81, Killingworth, CT 06419
Lebanon Registrar of Voters registrar@lebanontownhall.org (860) 642-6202 (860) 642-7716 link 579 Exeter Road, Lebanon, CT 06249
Ledyard Registrar of Voters (860) 464-3252 (860) 464-1126 link 741 Colonel Ledyard Highway, Ledyard, CT 06339-1511
Lisbon Registrar of Voters mgrant@lisbonct.com or sbarrett@lisbonct.com (860) 376-2708 (860) 376-6545 link Lisbon Town Hall, 1 Newent Road, Lisbon, CT 06351
Litchfield Registrar of Voters (860) 567-7558 (860) 567-7552 link 74 West Street, Lower Level, Litchfield, CT 06759
Lyme Registrar of Voters (860) 434-7733 link 480 Hamburg Road (Route 156), Lyme, CT 06371
Madison Registrar of Voters registrar@madisonct.org (203) 245-5671 link 8 Campus Drive, Madison, CT 06443
Manchester Registrar of Voters (860) 647-3025 (860) 647-3028 link 479 Main Street, Manchester, CT 06040
Mansfield Registrar of Voters Registrars@mansfieldct.org (860) 429-3368 (860) 429-3369 link Audrey P. Beck Municipal Building, 4 South Eagleville Road, Mansfield, CT 06268
Marlborough Registrar of Voters (860) 295-6166 link Community Room, 25 School Drive, Marlborough, CT 06447
Meriden City Clerk Email submission form 203.630.4030 link 142 East Main Street, Meriden, CT 06450
Middlebury Town Clerk townclerk@middlebury-ct.org (203) 758-2557 (203) 758-2915 link 1212 Whittemore Road, Middlebury, CT 06762
Middlefield Registrar of Voters (860) 349-7119 link P. O. Box 179, 393 Jackson Hill Rd., Middlefied, CT 06455
Middletown Registrar of Voters (860) 638-4950 (860) 638-1955 link 245 deKoven Drive, Middletown, CT 06457
Milford Registrar of Voters (203) 783-3240 (203) 783-3258 link 70 West River St, Milford, CT 06460
Monroe Registrar of Voters (203) 452-2820 link 7 Fan Hill, Monroe, CT 06468
Montville Registrar of Voters (860) 848-9606 (860) 848-6639 link Montville Town Hall 2nd Floor, Room 205, 310 Norwich-New London Tpke., Uncasville, CT 06382
Morris Registrar of Voters (860) 567-7433 link Registrar of Voters, PO Box 66, Morris, CT 06763
Naugatuck Registrar of Voters (203) 720-7047 link 229 Church Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770
Newington Registrar of Voters mfox@newingtonct.gov or lcultrera@newingtonct.gov (860) 665-8516 (860) 665-8517 (860) 665-8507 link 131 Cedar Street, Newington, CT 06111
Newtown Registrar of Voters (203) 270-4250 (203) 270-4205 link Newtown Municipal Center, 3 Primrose Street, Newtown ,CT 06470
New Britain Registrar of Voters (860) 826-3310 (860) 612-4207 link 27 West Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051
New Canaan Registrar of Voters Kathleen.redman@newcanaanct.gov or George.Cody@newcanaanct.gov (203) 594-3060 (203) 594-3073 link 237 Elm Street, 2nd Floor, New Canaan, CT 06840
New Fairfield Registrar of Voters (203) 312-5614 (203) 312-5613 (203) 312-5612 link Registrars of Voters, 4 Brush Hill Rd., New Fairfield, CT 06812
New Hartford Registrar of Voters (860) 738-9721 link 530 Main Street, P.O. Box 426, New Hartford, CT
New Haven Registrar of Voters dknight@newhavenct.net or sferrucc@newhavenct.net (203) 946-8035 link 200 Orange St., New Haven, CT 06510
New London Registrar of Voters (860) 447-5206 (860) 437-6371 link 181 State Street, New London, CT 06320
New Milford Registrar of Voters (860) 355-6026 (860) 355-6027 link Town Hall, 10 Main Street, New Milford, CT 06776-2185
Norfolk Registrar of Voters (860) 542-5134 link Town Hall, 19 Maple Avenue, Norfolk, CT 06058
North Branford Registrar of Voters registrars@townofnorthbranfordct.com (203) 484-1033 (203) 484-6025 link Town of North Branford, 909 Foxon Road, North Branford CT 06471
North Canaan Registrar of Voters (860) 824-3141 link 100 Pease Street, North Canaan, Connecticut 06018
North Haven Registrar of Voters 203-239-5321 Ext. 640 link Memorial Town Hall, 18 Church St, North Haven, CT 06473
North Stonington Registrar of Voters (860) 535-2877 ext 13 link New Town Hall, 40 Main Street, North Stonington, CT 06359
Norwalk Registrar of Voters klyons@norwalkct.org or swells@norwalkct.org (203) 854-7996 (203) 854-7880 link 125 East Ave., Room 122, Norwalk, CT 06856
Norwich Registrar of Voters nvr@cityofnorwich.org (860) 823-3754 (860) 823-3758 link City Hall, Room 129, 100 Broadway, Norwich, CT 06360
Old Lyme Registrar of Voters (860) 434-1605 X 226 (860) 434-1400 link Memorial Town Hall, 52 Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT 06371
Old Saybrook Registrar of Voters (860) 395-3134 link Town Hall, 302 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475
Orange Registrar of Voters (203) 891-4715 (203) 891-4716 link 617 Orange Center Road, Orange, CT 06477
Oxford Registrar of Voters (203) 888-2543 x3020 link Registrar of Voters, Oxford Town Hall, 486 Oxford Road, Oxford, CT 06478
Plainfield Registrar of Voters (860) 230-3000 (860) 230-3033 link 8 Community Ave, Plainfield, CT 06374
Plainville Registrar of Voters (860) 793-0221 x256 or x255 link Plainville Municipal Center, One Central Square, Room 206, Plainville, CT 06062
Plymouth Town Clerk (860) 585-4039 (860) 585-4005 link Town Hall 80 Main Street Terryville, CT 06786
Pomfret Registrar of Voters (860) 974-0343 link 5 Haven Road, Pomfret Center, CT 06259
Portland Town Clerk bdillon@portlandct.org (860) 342-6743 link 33 E Main St, Portland, CT 06480
Preston Registrar of Voters (860) 887-5581 x116 (860) 204-0021 link Town of Preston, Registrar of Voters, 389 Route 2, Preston, CT 06365
Prospect Registrar of Voters (203) 758-4461 link Town Hall, 36 Center Street, Prospect Town Hall
Putnam Registrar of Voters registrars@putnamct.us (860) 963-6807 link Town Hall, 126 Church Street, Putnam, CT 06260
Redding Registrar of Voters (203) 938-5012 link 100 Hill Road, P.O. Box 1028, Redding, CT 06875
Ridgefield Registrar of Voters demsregistrar@ridgefieldct.org or gopregistrar@ridgefieldct.org (203) 431-2771 (203) 431-2772 link Town Hall, 400 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877
Rocky Hill Registrar of Voters (860) 258-2715 (860) 258-2760 link Town of Rocky Hill, 761 Old Main Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Roxbury Registrar of Voters (860) 354-3328 (860) 354-0560 link PO Box 203, 29 North Street, Roxbury, CT 06783
Salem Registrar of Voters (860) 859-3873 x 230 link 270 Hartford Road, Salem, CT 06420
Salisbury Registrar of Voters (860) 435-5182 link Town Hall, P.O. Box 548, 27 Main Street, Salisbury, CT 06068
Scotland Registrar of Voters (860) 423-9634 link 9 Devotion Rd., PO Box 122, Scotland, CT 06264
Seymour Registrar of Voters registrarofvoters@seymourct.org (203) 881-5039 (203) 881-5005 link Town Hall, 1 First Street, Seymour, CT 06483
Sharon Registrar of Voters (860) 364-5514 (860) 492-7023 link Registrars of Voters, PO Box 385, Sharon, CT 06069
Shelton Registrar of Voters (203) 924-2533 link 54 Grove Street, Shelton, CT 06484
Sherman Registrar of Voters (860) 350-4694 (860) 350-5041 link Registrars of Voters, Mallory Town Hall, 9 Rt 39 North, P.O. Box 39, Sherman, Connecticut 06784
Simsbury Registrar of Voters (860) 658-3269 (860) 658-3267 link 933 Hopmeadow Street, P.O. Box 495, Simsbury, CT 06070
Somers Registrar of Voters (860) 763-8230 link 600 Main St, PO Box 308, Somers, CT 06071
South Windsor Registrar of Voters (860) 644-2511 link 1540 Sullivan Ave., South Windsor, CT 06074
Southbury Registrar of Voters voterregistrar@southbury-ct.gov (203) 262-0644 link 501 Main Street South (Room 106), Southbury, CT 06488
Southington Registrar of Voters (860) 276-6268 link Town Hall, 75 Main St., Southington, CT 06489
Sprague Registrar of Voters (860) 822-3000 (860) 822-3013 link Town Hall Offices, 1 Main Street, P.O. Box 677, Baltic, CT 06330
Stafford Registrar of Voters stafford.rep@gmail.com or stafford.dem@gmail.com (860) 684-1770 (860) 684-1771 (860) 684-1785 link Warren Memorial Town Hall - Third Floor, 1 Main Street, Stafford Springs, CT 06076
Stamford Registrar of Voters (203) 977-4011 (203) 977-4012 link 888 Washington Boulevard, P.O. Box 10152, Stamford, CT 06901
Sterling Registrar of Voters registrars@sterlingct.us (860) 564-2654 link 1183 Plainfield Pike, P.O. Box 157, Oneco, CT, 06373-0157
Stonington Registrar of Voters (860) 535-5054 (860) 535-5047 link 152 Elm Street, Stonington, CT 06378
Stratford Registrar of Voters registrars@townofstratford.com (203) 385-4049 link 2725 Main Street, Stratford, CT 06615
Suffield Registrar of Voters dburrell@suffieldtownhall.com or ljoyal@suffieldtownhall.com (860) 668-3850 (860) 668-3319 link 83 Mountain Road, Suffield, CT 06078
Thomaston Registrar of Voters Registrar@thomastonct.org (860) 283-6187 link Thomaston Town Hall, Registrar of Voters, 158 Main St., Thomaston CT 06787
Thompson Registrar of Voters atemple@thompsonct.org or jkenney@thompsonct.org (860) 923-9636 (860) 923-3836 link 815 Riverside Drive, P.O. Box 899, North Grosvenordale, CT 06255-0899
Tolland Registrar of Voters vr.tolland@po.state.ct.us (860) 871-3638 (860) 871-3634 (860) 871-3663 link Hicks Memorial Municipal Center, 21 Tolland Green, 2nd Level, Tolland, CT 06084
Torrington Registrar of Voters (860) 489-2226 link 140 Main Street, City Hall, 2nd Floor, Torrington, CT 06790
Trumbull Registrar of Voters landerson@trumbull-ct.gov (203) 452-5058 (203) 452-5059 (203) 452-5094 link Trumbull Town Hall, 5866 Main Street, Trumbull, CT 06611
Union Registrar of Voters (860) 684-8832 (860) 684-8830 link 1043 Buckley Hwy, Union, CT 06076
Vernon Registrar of Voters (860) 870-3685 (860) 870-3580 link 14 Park Place Vernon, CT 06066
Voluntown Registrar of Voters (860) 376-4089 link 115 Main St., Voluntown, CT 06384
Wallingford Registrar of Voters (203) 294-2125 link 45 South Main Street, Room #211, Wallingford, CT 06492
Warren Registrar of Voters registrars@warrenct.org (860) 868-7881 xt 109 link Warren Registrars of Voters, 50 Cemetery Rd, Warren, CT 06754
Washington Registrar of Voters registrars@washingtonct.org (860) 868-2786 (860) 868-3103 link Registrar of Voters, Town of Washington, P.O. Box 383, Washington Depot, CT 06794
Waterbury Registrar of Voters (203) 574-6751 (203) 346-3533 link Chase Municipal Building, 236 Grand Street, 1st floor, Waterbury, CT 06702
Waterford Registrar of Voters dcramer@waterfordct.org or pwaters@waterfordct.org (860) 444-5836 link Waterford Town Hall, 15 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford 06385
Watertown Registrar of Voters (860) 945-5239 link Registrar of Voters, Watertown Municipal Center, 61 Echo Lake Road, Watertown, CT 06795
West Hartford Registrar of Voters (860) 561-7450 link West Hartford Town Hall, 50 South Main Street, Room 209, West Hartford, CT 06107
West Haven Registrar of Voters (203) 937-3541 203-937-3540 (203) 937-3543 link City Hall, 355 Main St., 1st Floor, West Haven, CT 06516
Westbrook Registrar of Voters election@westbrookct.us (860) 399-3042 link Town of Westbrook, 866 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT 06498
Weston Registrar of Voters votereg@westonct.gov (203) 222-2686 link Weston Town Hall, 56 Norfield Rd., Weston, CT 06883
Westport Registrar of Voters mcowden@westportct.gov or kwhite@westportct.gov (203) 341-1115 (203) 341-1153 link Voter Registration, 110 Myrtle Avenue, Room 107, Westport CT 06880
Wethersfield Registrar of Voters carol.hurley@wethersfieldct.com or camille.mogelnicki@wethersfieldct.com (860) 721-2819 (860) 721-2820 link 505 Silas Deane Highway, 1st floor, Wethersfield, CT 06109
Willington Registrar of Voters Registrar@willingtonct.org (860) 487-3120 link Town Office Building, Lower Level, 40 Old Farms Rd, Willington, CT 06279
Wilton Registrar of Voters tgardner5t9utemp@wiltonct.org or cyoungkleinfeld6m8vtemp@wiltonct.org (203) 563-0111 link Registrar of Voters, Town of Wilton, 238 Danbury Rd. Wilton, CT 06897
Winchester Registrar of Voters info@townofwinchester.org (860) 379-2713 (860) 738-7053 link 338 Main Street, Winsted, CT 06098
Windham Registrar of Voters (860) 465-3016 link Windham Town Hall 979 Main Street Willimantic CT 06226
Windsor Registrar of Voters (860) 285-1958 (860) 285-1957 link 275 Broad Street, Windsor, CT. 06095
Windsor Locks Town Clerk (860) 627-1441 x312 link 50 Church Street, Winsor Locks, CT 06096
Wolcott Town Clerk dslater@wolcottct.org (203) 879-8100 link Town Hall, 10 Kenea Ave., Wolcott, CT 06716-1597
Woodbridge Registrar of Voters registrars@woodbridgect.org (203) 389-3408 (203) 389-3409 link 11 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge, CT 06525
Woodbury Registrar of Voters RegistrarDem@woodburyct.org or RegistrarRep@woodburyct.org (203) 263-4750 link The Shove Building, 281 Main Street South, Woodbury, CT 06798
Woodstock Registrar of Voters Email submission form (860) 928-6596 x339 (860) 963-7557 link Town of Woodstock CT, 415 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281-3039

Term Limits

State executives

See also: State executives with term limits

There are no term limits placed on Connecticut state executives.

State legislators

See also: State legislatures with term limits

There are no term limits placed on Connecticut state legislators.

Congressional partisanship

Portal:Congress
See also: List of United States Representatives from Connecticut and List of United States Senators from Connecticut

Here is the current partisan breakdown of the congressional members from Connecticut:

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from Connecticut
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 2 5 7
     Republican Party 0 0 0
TOTALS as of November 2014 2 5 7

State legislative partisanship

Portal:State legislatures

Here is the current partisan breakdown of members of the state legislature of Connecticut:

State Senate

Party As of November 2014
     Democratic Party 22
     Republican Party 14
Total 36

State House

Party As of November 2014
     Democratic Party 97
     Republican Party 54
Total 151


See also

External links

Official state and federal links

News

Other information

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