Office of the Registrar of Voters
33 East Main Street - Ground Floor

Athena Neville
Democrat
  Pauline Neumann
Republican
 

Phone: 860-342-6747
Fax: 860-342-0001
  Important Dates
Local Budget Referendum - May 8, 2017
Primary (if needed) for Municipal Elections - Sept.12, 2017
Municipal Elections - Nov. 7, 2017
CT Gubernatorial Election - Nov.  6, 2018

     

Helpful Links

CT Secretary of State Web Site
CT Voter Registration
Registrar of Voters
The mainstay of American freedom is the right of every citizen to vote.  The Registrar of Voters are here to assist citizens with asserting that right and are available part-time.

Polling Location for the Town of Portland

- Portland High School -

95 High Street


The Town Clerk's Office is available to help you obtain election and voting information,
you may call them at 860-342-6743

To register to vote in Connecticut, you must:
  • be a U.S. citizen 
  • be a resident of a Connecticut municipality 
  • be at least 18 years of age on or before the next election 
  • not be convicted of a felony 
  • Registration forms may be obtained online as well as in many public places, including
  • libraries, motor vehicles offices, supermarkets, town and state offices.
  • Your registration is subject to the approval of the municipal registrars of voters.
Some Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What Congressional District are we in?
All of Portland is in the 1st Congressional District and the 33rd Senatorial district.

Q: I will be out of town during the upcoming election. How can I vote?
Application for absentee ballots are available to eligible voters through the Town Clerk's Office. Ballots for elections, primaries and referenda are issued in accordance with state statutes and are generally available one month prior to the voting date.