2022 Election Day: Tuesday, November 8th
Republican Candidates For Statewide Offices
Republican Candidates For Federal Offices
Republican Candidates to Represent New Canaan in CT Legislature
RTC Election Headquarters
New Canaan RTC Election Headquarters opened Sunday October 2nd at 114 Main Street in New Canaan. We are counting on New Canaan Republicans to help ALL our 2022 state and federal candidates win on November 8th!
Please click here to view the online sign up sheet where you can sign up for one or multiple 2 hour shifts to help staff the Headquarters. High Speed Wifi will be available for your convenience.
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To Register to Vote
Register to vote online or download a form to register by mail or register in person at the Registrar’s Office in the New Canaan Town Hall
Check your registration status
To Vote Absentee
In Person Absentee Voting
You may go directly to our town clerk’s office in Town Hall to vote absentee in person, easily and securely in a matter of minutes. You will fill out the ballot application in the clerk’s office and then be given a ballot in return. When voting is completed, your ballot goes into a double envelope and is stored securely until November 8 when it will be counted. Or your completed ballot may be dropped into the drop box outside town hall.
Absentee Voting by Mail
1. Print out the absentee ballot APPLICATION
Complete the APPLICATION and return it to your town clerk either via USPS, the drop box outside your town hall or in person. Official absentee BALLOTS will be available starting July 19, though you may submit your ballot application at any point.
2. The Town Clerk will send you an official absentee BALLOT via USPS.
3. Return your BALLOT (in the double envelope) to the clerk prior to the end of Primary Day, August 9 by mailing via USPS or you may drop your completed ballot in the drop box outside town hall.
YOUR VOTE MATTERS! Absentee voting is your privilege and right if you are unable to vote in person during the primary election.
NOTE: Due to potential delays in U.S. mail delivery, voters are encouraged to deliver their application and official ballot to the Town Clerk’s office in person or use the Official Ballot DROP BOX outside Town Hall.
Town Clerk: Claudia Weber at 203-594-3067
Republican Registrar of Voters: Joan McLaughlin at 203-594-3096
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