Whether you have questions about where or how to vote, or about the Absentee Ballot voting process, just give us a call.
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This video was submitted by Kyra Caldwell and Hartford Next.
The Hartford Votes~Hartford Vota Coalition is working in partnership with Everyday Democracy and Hartford Foundation for Public Giving civic engagement grantees to offer a comprehensive toolkit of voter engagement resources. Before "trying to reinvent the wheel" see if you can find what you need in the list below:
Both absentee ballot applications and absentee ballots can be placed in one of your city / town's secure ballot drop boxes! Protect the Vote: Help assist other voters and stop voter suppression.
Access to a statewide ongoing civic engagement network, news, insights, online learning events and an annual Civic Summit.
City of Hartford Registrar of Voters website including Frequently Asked Questions
Public Service Announcement for the importance of voting [VIDEO]
Up-to-date information on voting, including research results from CT's primaries, and a flyer on the simple 4-Step Process of Absentee Voting. Here is a Voter Registration Palm Card that is easy to print and hand out (in English and Spanish and includes a QR Code)
A nonpartisan initiative to help students vote and access to volunteers and voter engagement tools. https://www.trincoll.edu/president/trinvotes
NEW - Voter Registration flyers in English and Spanish. Research, resources and training, including information on registering special populations, info on becoming a poll worker, VotER's Healthy Democracy Kit and more.
The UCONN Hartford Voting Power Corps: Committed to increasing civic literacy and building voting power with student peers and in their wider social networks through a variety of activities.
Amplify your organization's nonpartisan voter engagement activities this fall. Please complete the Community Partner interest form.
Here is a Voter Registration Palm Card that is easy to print and hand out (in English and Spanish and includes a QR Code)
Reaching out to Latino communities in Connecticut and throughout the nation. If you have questions or concerns about voting, please call our Voter Hotline at 1-844-432-9832 or visit www.voto2020.org
More resources will be added between now and the general election on Nov. 3.