Registrar of Voters/Election Administrators
Phone: (860) 928-6596 x339
Email: Click HERE to send an email
Function and Services
What We Do:
The Registrars of Voters are elected to a four-year term to fulfill the duties of Registrar of Voters that are prescribed in Connecticut General Statutes. There are two registrars, one from each major political party.
Contact us if you need help with:
The Registrars of Voters register voters from all political parties and are responsible to the State for maintaining current voter registration records.
They also conduct all referendums, primaries, and general elections held within Woodstock as required by Statute.
Presidential Primary Information: Connecticut's Presidential Primary has been moved to August 11th, 2020. The polls will be open on primary day and Governor Lamont has also issued an executive order to allow anyone who chooses to vote by absentee ballot. Absentee ballot applications will be mailed to all voters. In order to vote, you must be a registered Democrat or Republican. New mail-in registrations must be postmarked August 6th or earlier and online registrations must be completed by August 6th. In person new registrations will be accepted until noon on August 10th.
Unaffiliated voters may change their party affiliation to Democrat or Republican by mail or online and these must be received (not just postmarked) by August 6th. Such a change can also be made in person until noon on August 10th.
If you need an absentee ballot, the town clerk handles absentee ballots and you must contact her at 928-6595 extension 320.
You may check your registration status on the Secretary of State's website.
Helpful Links From the Registrar of Voter's Office:
Curbside Voting Available for Elderly and Handicapped Individuals: Park in the designated area and the Registrars will come out to your car and take your vote!
Who can work at the polls?
Answer: Any Woodstock resident 16 years of age or older. Pay is $12.00 an hour. Contact the registrar by email if interested.