Registrars of Voters

Mission

To provide and manage free and impartial primaries and elections, to establish and administer voter registration enrollment procedures, and to maintain and manage accurate voter registration records

Description of Services

The Registrars of Voters are jointly responsible for proper voting machine and polling place preparation, poll worker hiring and training, and other duties as required by Connecticut Election Law.

Where to Vote

These are the polling places for each of the precinct numbers:

1- John M. Moriarty School, 20 Lawler Lane

2- Rose City Senior Center, 8 Mahan Drive

3- Samuel Huntington Elementary School, 80 West Town Street

4- John B. Stanton Elementary School, 386 New London Turnpike

5- St. Mark Lutheran Church, 248 Broadway

6- AHEPA 110-II, 380 Hamilton Avenue

Precinct map - NOTE: the map is very large - use the icons at the bottom right of the page after displaying the map to resize the map for easier viewing.

Office Hours (effective September 5, 2017) and Office Location

(Except where noted, subject to change)

Monday 9 am until 1 pm

Tuesday 9 am until 1 pm

Wednesday 9 am until 4 pm

Thursday  12 pm until 4 pm

Friday  12 pm to 4 pm

We are located on the first floor of Norwich City Hall, right across from the Information Booth at Room 129.

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS

Monday, May 27, 2019 - Memorial Day
Thursday, July 4, 2019 - Independence Day
Monday, September 2, 2019 - Labor Day
Monday, October 14, 2019 - Columbus Day
Monday, November 11, 2019 - Veterans Day
Thursday, November 28, 2019 - Thanksgiving Day
Friday, November 29, 2019 - Friday after Thanksgiving Day

DEADLINE FOR 
PARTY ENROLLMENT CHANGES
JUNE 10, 2019

June 10, 2019, is the LAST day to change your party enrollment from one party to another in order to vote in the POSSIBLE Primary which would be held on September 10, 2019.


Online Voter Registration

The State of Connecticut now offers Online Voter Registration and Inquiry - you can access the system via this webpage: CT Online Voter Registration.


Registration Cut-off

Election: Your application must be postmarked or received by a voter registration agency by the 7th day before an election.

OR you may register in person with your Registrar of Voters by the 7th day before an election.

Privileges attach immediately upon approval of the application by the registrar, unless 

  • the application is delivered in person to the registrar after the seven days before an election in-person voter registration deadline or
  • mailed or postmarked to the registrar or a voter registration agency after the 7-day mail-in registration deadline before an election, or
  • the application is made to a voter registration agency, made other than in person to the registrar, or postmarked, after the fifth day before a primary, or
  • made in person to the registrar after 12 noon of the last business day before a primary.

NOTE: The Registrar's office receives monthly lists of persons convicted of a felony. These persons are then removed (if present) from the Voter List.

We also receive monthly lists of felony case releases. Released persons are eligible to register to vote - view specific information on the restoration of voting rights.