Registrar of Voters

The Office of the Registrar of Voters is responsible for the operation, administration and direction of elections with primary responsibility for the registration of voters in all matters pertaining to elections in the Town of Woodbridge. The Registrars work under the direction of the Secretary of the State, in accordance with the Connecticut General Statutes. Registrars are elected for two-year terms, one from each major party.

Office Hours:  The Registrars of Voters office hours are 9am-1pm on Wednesdays. The Town Clerk’s office is available to register voters and accept absentee applications and absentee ballots Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm. Voters may also download an application from the Town web site on the Town Clerk’s page. The Town Clerk’s office number is 203-389-3422.

PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY AUG. 11 AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION NOV. 3


Register online here
Print the form to mail here and mail to Registrar of Voters, 11 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge CT 06525

Absentee Ballot Applications:
The Secretary of the State is mailing out applications for Absentee Ballots for the primary to anyone who registered as a Democrat or Republican as of June 19. If you changed your party or registered to vote after that date and wish to vote absentee you may print an application here.  Mail the signed application to the Town Clerk, 11 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge CT 06525

At this time we are not sure if the Secretary of the State will automatically send absentee ballot applications for the November election. This may depend on the COVID-19 situation. If not, you must print and submit the signed application to the Town Clerk's office.

Primary Information: Voters registered as Democrat or Republican can vote in the pimary. If you are registered as Unaffiliated you may register with a party prior to noon on Aug. 10. There is no Election Day Registration (EDR) for primaries.

Presidential Election Information: Election Day Registration (EDR) will be available for the November election for people who have moved into town the week before the election. Prospective voters must have ID and proof of residency.

Online Voter Registration

Register to Vote