Primaries for U.S. Senator, Secretary of the State, Treasurer, and State Representative (both democratic and republican) on Tuesday, August 9, from 6AM - 8PM
Voters will vote at their assigned district polling sites. Click here to find your voting district and a polling location.
Voter Registration Deadlines
- August 4: Deadline to Register to vote/join party BY MAIL and ONLINE
The last date for new voters, and for unaffiliated voters, to enroll in a party for voting in its primary. For new voters, mail-in applications must be postmarked, or received by Registrar of Voters or voter registration agency, by this date. For unaffiliated voters, the mail-in application must be received (not merely postmarked) by the Registrar of Voters by this deadline. (Click to go to Connecticut Online Voters Registration.)
- August 8, Noon: Register to vote/join party IN PERSON
The last date for new voters and unaffiliated voters enrolling in a party in person at Town Hall, for voting in the Primary.
- Election Day Voter Registration is not available for Primaries.
- Click to view sample ballot for Democratic Party Primary (Districts 1-3)
- Click to view sample ballot for Republican Party Primary (Districts 1-2)
- Click to view sample ballot for Republican Party Primary (District 3)
- Absentee Ballots
Absentee Ballots are available for the Primaries at Southbury Town Clerk's Office. Click to view Absentee Ballots Information.
- Permanent Absentee Ballots
Any elector who is permanently physically disabled can receive an absentee ballot for referendum without reapplying. Click to find out the details.
- Southbury Registrar of Voters Office is open Monday-Thursday 8:00am - 4:30pm, Friday 8:00am - 1:00pm.
- NOTE: Recent redistricting in the State of Connecticut has caused a change of voting locations and legislative districts for SOME addresses in Southbury. Go to southbury-ct.org/findpollingsite to see if your address was affected. (All of Heritage Village remains unchanged.)
- Voters must provide identification to vote at the polling place. Acceptable forms of identification include: a driver’s license or other photo ID; U.S. Passport; a pre-printed form of ID, like a tax bill or utility bill, pay stub or bank statement; Social Security card or other government document that shows your name and address; a document that shows your name and signature (i.e. a credit card).