Registrar of Voters

Address:
275 Broad Street
Windsor, CT. 06095
Hours:
Mon, Wed
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Tue, Thr
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Phone (Democrat)
860-285-1958
Phone (Republican)
860-285-1957

Staff

Anita Mips
Registrar of Voters (Democrat)
860.285.1958
Karen Andrews
Registrar of Voters (Republican)
860.285.1957
Brenda Arrasate
Deputy Registrar of Voters (Democrat)
860.285.1954
Gale Deming
Deputy Registrar of Voters (Republican)
860.285.1956

Republican and Democratic Primaries in August

Tuesday, August 12, 2014 there will be primaries in both the Democratic and Republican parties in Windsor.

 

Democrats will have candidates for the 2nd Senatorial District seat in voting districts 1 through 6 only. Republicans will have candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor and Comptroller in all seven voting districts.

 

All polling places will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

2014 Election Calendar

Tuesday, March 4 –Town Committee Primary (if necessary)

 

Tuesday, May 13 - Budget Referendum – tentative-pending Council action

 

Tuesday, August 12 – Primary

 

Saturday, October 18 - 10-2 registration session

 

Tuesday, October 21 – last day to mail in voter registration card for November election

 

Tuesday, October 28 – all day session to register voters 9-8

 

Monday, November 3 – Limited registration session 9-5, for those that meet qualifications as to age, citizenship or residence was attained since October 28.

 

Tuesday, November 4 – ELECTION Day-Governor

Election Day Registration

Eligibility:

 

Not listed in CVRS (Connecticut Voter Registration System) as being registered in another town.

 

Is listed in CVRS in another town, but has not voted there yet (call other town to verify not having voted) then can register to vote.

 

Voter cannot already be an elector and/or is registered in one municipality but has moved to new town: (if on inactive – send to registrars to reinstate and send to correct district to vote).

 

  • EDR applicant must provide their birth certificate, driver’s license (with current address) or Social Security card.

 

  • If no address on above, Identification  must have proof of their residential address – motor vehicle learners permit; utility bill due no later than 30 days after the election; a lease, paycheck, property tax bill, naturalization documents, passport (assuming it is recent and includes residential address).

 

To Vote: Windsor Town Hall, Lower Level between 6 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

 

Voter gets ballot and envelope (must be recorded on sheet). The elector must (1) declare under oath that he or she did not previously vote in the election and (2) sign an affirmation that is printed on the back of the security envelope.

 

Ballot must be filled out, put in EDR envelope and put in EDR ballot depository receptacle.

 

Anyone in line at 8:00 p.m. who has not been registered will not be allowed to vote on election day.