In order to practice social distancing and slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), public access to our building, 165 Capitol Avenue, will be restricted. Although in-person interactions will be limited, our office staff will be available via email as normal. For the Business Services Division email CRD@ct.gov and for the Legislative & Elections Administration Division email LEAD@ct.gov. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to return to normal business as soon as the immediate threat to public health has subsided.

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This November, it’s never been easier to vote in the general election. All registered voters will be receiving an absentee ballot application in the mail.

If you choose to vote by mail, fill it out and place it in a drop box by your local town hall or mail it back to receive your official absentee ballot in October.

You can then choose your candidates, seal your ballot, and either mail in or place it in a drop box.

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Spanish

Este noviembre, nunca ha sido tan fácil poder votar en las elecciones generales. Todos los votantes registrados recibirán una solicitud de boleta de voto ausente por correo.

Si usted elige votar ausente, llene la solicitud y colóquela en un buzón de votación de su alcaldía o envíela por correo normal, para recibir su boleta oficial de voto ausente en octubre.

Entonces usted podrá elegir sus candidatos, sellar su boleta y mandarla ya sea por correo o depositándola en un buzón de votación.

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