Know Your Voting Rights On Election Day
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Am I eligible to vote?
Are you at least 17 and turning 18 before Election Day?
Are you a United States citizen
Are you a bona fide resident of the town of Greenwich?
If you have been convicted of a felony, have you completed confinement and parole? To restore your voting rights go to the CT Secretary of State's website.
If you can answer yes to all 4 of these questions, you are eligible to register to vote in Connecticut and vote in the November 5th election.
Is a driver's license or photo ID required to vote in Connecticut?
NO. When you arrive at the polling place the poll worker will request that you present ID but if you do not have any then, you may sign an affidavit in lieu of presenting ID. There are several options for identification and they do not need to be a driver's license or have a photo.
You must present:
Your social security card, or
Any pre-printed form of identification that shows your:
name and address, or
name and signature, or
name and photograph
Is there Election Day registration in CT?
YES. Election Day Registration permits anyone to register and vote in person on Election Day who meets the eligibility requirements stated above and is not already registered, OR is registered in another town but has moved to Greenwich.
Is there curbside voting in CT?
YES. If you are temporarily incapacitated and cannot gain access into the polling place, you may request a ballot be brought to you. Two poll-workers of opposite parties will come outside to assist you in casting your vote.
In Connecticut, all polling places are open from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Election Day. Any voter standing in line at the polls at 8:00 p.m. will be allowed to cast a ballot.
If you need help or more information call 203.441.5435.