Registrar of Voters
|Registrar of Voters (Rep)||Theresa Brasco||203-222-2686 (option 1)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Registrar of Voters (Dem)||Laura Smits||203-222-2686 (option 2)||email@example.com|
|Asst. Registrar (Rep)||Lisa Flanagan|
|Asst. Registrar (Dem)||Jon Howell|
Upcoming Election Information for Weston Voters
Note: Unlike federal, state and local elections that take place in November, Election Day Registration (EDR) is not available during primaries or Town Budget meetings or Referendums.
Wednesday, April 20th at 8pm – ATBM (Annual Town Budget Meeting), Weston High School Auditorium. This meeting is where town residents come together to discuss and affirm (or reduce) the budget amounts of the proposed Town Operating budget, the Board of Education budget, and the town Capital Budget. Once this meeting is adjourned, registered voters or U.S. citizens who own at least $1,000 of property listed on the Grand List in Weston can choose to vote by machine to accept or reject the budgets that same evening or wait until the Adjourned
ATBM Referendum on April 28th (details below).
Tuesday, April 26th from 6 am – 8 pm – Presidential Preference Primary, Weston Middle School Gym. Only registered Democrats and Republicans may participate in a Connecticut primary. The deadline for changing parties has passed. New or Unaffiliated voters (those Unaffiliated as of January 26, 2016) can enroll in a major party up until Monday, April 25th until 12 pm to be eligible to vote in the primary of that party. The mail-in/online registration deadline is April 21st (after this date, a voter must appear in person). To check your party affiliation, please use the: Voter Look-Up Tool Absentee ballot applications (click here to download absentee ballot application) and ballots are available in the Town Clerk’s office for those who may be out of town during the Presidential Preference Primary.
To register to vote or change your party affiliation, visit the state of Connecticut’s Online Registration site or come to the Town Clerk’s office and fill out a registration form during business hours.
Thursday, April 28th from 12 pm – 8 pm, Adjourned ATBM Referendum, Weston Town Hall Meeting Room. This referendum is an additional opportunity for qualified voters (see above for ATBM requirements) to vote on the town budgets by machine if they have not already done so. Absentee ballot applications (click here to download absentee ballot application) and ballots are available in the Town Clerk’s office for those who may be out of town during budget voting sessions from 9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. beginning on April 21st until April 27th. Absentee ballots cannot be mailed for the ATBM due to the short time period between the ATBM and the Adjourned Referendum.
For more information on voting, please call 203-222-2686 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about absentee ballots, please call 203-222-2616 or email email@example.com