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Registrars of Voters
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 & Location
(Except where noted, subject to change)

Monday         9 am until 2 pm
Tuesday         9 am until 2 pm
Wednesday    9 am until 4 pm
Thursday      12 noon until 4 pm
Friday            9 am until 12 noon

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

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

Mailing to Eligible but Unregistered Voters 
Within the next few days many Connecticut residents will receive either a postcard or letter as part of a project executed by the Secretary of the State's office.  This project is required by the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the State and the U.S. Department of Justice regarding the state’s compliance with of the National Voter Registration Act, and is also being sent in compliance with our Membership Agreement with ERIC (Electronic Registration Information Center). 
The mailing is part of an official state project and not a candidate, campaign or advocacy mailing. 
 A majority of people will receive a bilingual postcard; a number of people in rural towns will receive a letter with a pre-populated voter registration card as required by the MOU. In addition there will be outbound phone calls to some urban communities in October. 
If you have questions about the project , check out this website: 


Tuesday, November 1, 2016

All mail-in voter registration applications must be received or
post-marked by this date in order to be accepted
for the November 8, 2016 election.
Note: This is also the deadline to register to vote using the
On Line Voter Registration System

Tuesday, November 8, 2016
General Elections
Attention: 17-year-olds Living in Norwich
All 17 year-olds who are pre-registered to vote and enrolled in a party
, and will be 18 by November 
8th, are eligible to vote in the primary scheduled for August 9. 

Bus Transportation To / From Polls
Specific Housing Developments
November 8 - 10 am until 4 pm

To / from AHEPA 110-II, 380 Hamilton Ave

            Rosewood Manor – 335 Hamilton Avenue

            Hamilton Park Apartments – 281 Hamilton Ave

            Pukallus Apartments - 110 Pukallus Ave

            Schwartz Manor – 382 Laurel Hill Ave

To / from Stanton School – 386 New London Turnpike

            Westwood Park – 10 Westwood Park

            Eastwood Court20 Stanley Place 
         Chase Manor I and II– 85 Norman Rd 
         Village Court – 70 Mechanic St

To / from Rose City Senior Center-8 Mahan Drive

            Wequonnoc Village24 North Fifth St, Taftville

            Greenville Playground-Central Ave

To / From Samuel Huntington School – 80 West Town St

            St. Jude Commons3 Myrtle Drive

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 and a letter is sent to their last known address. We also receive monthly lists of felony case releases. Released persons are eligible to register to vote - click HERE for specific information on restoration of voting rights.