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Where Do I Go To Vote?
Look up your polling place in Connecticut
Look up your polling place in New York
Look up your polling place in The Rest of The U.S.

Connecticut has same day voter registration at specific locations.
Click here to download the list of addresses


You Must Be Registered Before You Can Vote


Here are some of the links and phone numbers you might have heard on the air on WPKN about elections and voting.


Connecticut
Voting for local, state and national elections is November 8, 2016

In most cases in Connecticut, you can register to vote up to one business day before an election or primary, if you do it in person at your town or city registrar of voters. CT allows for special election day registration, but you need to do it at specific locations. Check here for your same-day registration location.

Mail in applications are allowed, but you need to do it well in advance of election day. You can find that aplication here.

More info at CT Secretary of State's Office

Anyone can vote for any candiate in the general election in Novemeber.
But, you need to register with a specific party to vote in the primaries.
Find out more about
Connecticut Republican Party
Connecticut Democratic Party

There are many smaller membership parties in CT.
They may have different processes for choosing candidates, so find out more about:
Green Party of Connecticut
Independent Party
Libertarian Party
Working Families Party
Contact your local town clerk or registrar of voters for a list of other parties in your town.


New York State
Voting for local, state and national elections is November 8, 2016

New York State Board of Elections

You need to register with a specific party to vote in the primary. Find out more about
NY Republican Party
NY Democratic Party

There are many smaller membership parties in NY.
They may have different processes for choosing candidates, so find out more about:
Conservative Party
Green Party of NY
Libertarian Party
Working Families Party
Contact your local town clerk or registrar of voters for a list of other parties in your town.


You can find links for other states at
Rock The Vote


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