The League of Women Voters of Greater Hartford and West Hartford Community Interactive present a program to learn more about the Early Voting Question (#1) on the Ballot.
Whether you have questions about where or how to vote, or about the Absentee Ballot voting process, just give the Registrar a call.
The video below reviews the history of redistricting, how district lines are drawn, what criteria is used to draw districts, gerrymandering, and Connecticut’s own redistricting process. See the Hartford City district map 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.
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)
Pledge to Vote, Voter Registration, Registration look up tool, make your plan to vote, what's on the ballot, Important dates and deadlines.
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.
Hartford resident Thea Vaz interviews Marc DiBella, the Hartford Democratic Town Committee Chairman, and Ken Lerman, the Republican Town Committee Chairman, on the party town committees.
Para leer la traducción de la entrevista y el video en Español por favor oprima aquí.
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