To much is at stake to stay home. Vote on Tuesday, November 3rd !
Make sure your 2A voice is heard! Polls will be open from 6AM-8PM
Voting is the BEST and EAISIEST way to protect your rights. Electing candidates that support the right to keep and bear arms makes all of our jobs easier when it comes to the constant fight we have in Hartford. Imagine a legislative session where we don't have oppose legislation designed to take away your rights. Even better, imagine a legislative session where we are going to Hartford to support Pro-2A legislation! With diligent work and the support of our members, THIS CAN HAPPEN. It all STARTS with the ballot box. It is not enough to just say you support gun rights - you MUST do something. And that something starts on Tuesday. Commit to voting and even better, commit to taking friends and family to the polling station and vote for CCDL endorsed or Pro-2A candidates.
Be sure to check out the CCDL candidate grades and endorsements, and vote for candidates who support your rights.
Voting in person:
Q: Am I registered to vote?
A: Click here to see if I’m register to vote
Q: I’m not registered to vote, can I still vote?
A: YES, Election Day Registration (EDR) is available from 6AM-8PM. EDR permits anyone to register and vote in person on Election Day who meets the eligibility requirements or is registered in one town, but has moved to another town. EDR is not available at your polling location but is available at a designated EDR location in each town, Click here to find the designated EDR location in your town. You will need to provide proof of identity and residency.
Q: Where do I vote?
A: Click here to find your polling location
Q: When are the polls open?
A: Polls are open from 6AM-8PM. If you are in line by 8:00PM you can vote.
Q: What will my ballot look like?
A: Click here to view your town ballot
Q: What is not allowed within 75 feet of a polling location?
A: No campaigning is allowed within the 75 feet of a polling location, this includes wearing or displaying a candidate’s name, likeness, campaign slogan. CCDL attire is okay. Remember many voting locations are in Gun Free Zones.
Q: Do I need a driver's license or photo ID to vote?
A: No. poll workers will request that you present ID, but if you do not have any, you may be asked to sign an affidavit in lieu of ID. There are several options for identification (e.g., valid photo ID, carry permit, utility bill, bank statement).
Q: What are my voter rights?
A: Click here to learn more about your voter rights.
Q: What do I do if there is an issue at the poll or I feel my voter rights are being violated?
A: Report the issue to the moderator at the polling location immediately. If the issue is not resolved, you have the right to file a complaint with the State Elections Enforcement Commission at 1-866-733-2463 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Are there CDC recommends minimizing your risk during the pandemic while voting.
A: Click here for more information
Voting by absentee ballot:
Q: When are absentee ballot due?
A: All absentee ballots must be received by 8:00PM on Election Day. Ballots can be returned in person to the Town Clerk, or by using the drop box located outside of the town hall.
Q: How do I know if my absentee ballot was received?
A: Click here to confirm your absentee ballot was received.
Whether you are voting in person or by absentee ballot, please check out CCDL candidate grades and endorsements, vote for candidates who support your rights.
“The ballot is stronger than the bullet” – Abraham Lincoln