Stamford Election Day Information - Stamford Moms

Looking for information about how to vote in the November 3 Election and what you’re voting for locally?

Scroll down for information on registering to vote, how to vote and what local races you’ll see on your ballot.

Three ways to register to vote

REGISTRAR OF VOTERS
888 WASHINGTON BLVD
STAMFORD, CT 06901

  • To have a registration card mailed to you, please call (203) 977-4011 or (203) 977-4012.
  • Voter registration applications are also available at the security desk of the Stamford Government Center. Just fill out the form and drop it off in the Registrar of Voters Box on the desk.

THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER IN-PERSON, ON-LINE OR BY MAIL IS OCTOBER 27, 2020.

Election Day registration will be available at the Stamford Government Center. But due to COVID-19 concerns you are strongly encouraged to register before Election Day. Registering before Election Day will prevent long lines and waiting times.

For additional questions about voter registration, contact Voters Information Requestor call theCity of Stamford Citizen Service Line at (203) 977-4140.

Absentee Ballot Info

Due to the pandemic, CT Governor Ned Lamont signed an executive order allowing all registered voters in Connecticut to vote absentee for the Election on November 3. Secretary of the State Denise Merrill will mail every registered voter in the state an application that they will need to fill out and return in order to obtain an absentee ballot. That application, which will be sent via U.S. Postal Service, will include a postage paid return envelope.

The last day to apply for an Absentee Ballot is the Friday before election day:

There are four ballot drop boxes: 

  1. Stamford Government Center, Parking Garage, 888 Washington Boulevard
  2. Harry Bennett Library, 115 Vine Road
  3. Yearwood Center, 90 Fairfield Avenue
  4. Lathon Wilder Community Center, 34 Woodland Avenue

You can also mail them to:

Town Clerk – AB Application,
888 Washington Blvd., 1st FL, Stamford, CT 06901

Electronic copies are not accepted as per Connecticut Law

The final collection of ballots from the Ballot Drop Off Boxes is 8 p.m. on Election Day. Be sure to wllow more time if you use the postal services.

Will polls be open?

Polling stations will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Please verify your polling location here.

What local races are we voting for?

Find a sample ballot here!

Want to look up your ballot specifically? Check here and enter your address to see what local races will be on your ballot.

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