Voter Information


Register to Vote

Check your registration status on the CT Secretary of State website.


For detailed voter and election related questions, contact the Weston CT Registrar of Voters.

Absentee Ballot Application
  • In person at Weston Town Hall
  • By mail, to Weston Registrar of Voters, 56 Norfield Rd, Weston, CT 06883, or alternately Absentee Ballot Applications may be placed in the designated election drop box in front of Weston Town Hall
    Absentee Ballot Application Form (Eng), Absentee Ballot Application Form (Sp)
  • An official ballot will be mailed to you, which must be returned to the Weston Registrars’ office by end of Election Day. You may return your ballot in person, via mail, or by dropping it off into the designated election drop box at the main entrance of Weston Town Hall.
Polling Location

The designated polling location in the Weston CT is in Weston Middle School Old Gym, accessible from the the rear parking lot at 135 School Road, Weston CT 08883. On each Election Day, the polls are open from 6AM until 8PM.

Party Affiliation
  • If you are completing a new registration, complete LINE 9 of the voter registration card. If you do not wish to enroll in a political party,  just check NO. You will be an “Unaffiliated” voter in CT.
  • To change your party affiliation, complete another voter application card and check the box marked “Party Enrollment Change” on line 1a.
  • The 2 major parties are: Democratic and Republican
  • There are several minor parties in CT.
  • Voters changing from one party to another acquire party privileges 3 months after filing an application with the registrar.
  • Only party members are eligible to vote in primaries and caucuses.
  • If you are an unaffiliated voter and would like to affiliate with a party, you have until 12 noon (in person) the day before a primary.
  • An unaffiliated elector who enrolls in a party acquires party privileges immediately, provided they have been unaffiliated for the previous 3 months.
  • Only party members are eligible to vote in primaries and caucuses.

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