Raise Your Voice! The 2024 Presidential Election is Tuesday, November 5th.
Here’s everything you need to make your voting plan.
What you need to bring
ID is required to vote in Connecticut.
Valid forms of ID include:
- Social security card
- Any pre-printed form of identification that shows your name and address, OR name and signature, OR name and photograph, such as a Connecticut Driver’s License, or state-issued identification card.
If you go to your polling place without one of the forms of ID as described above, you can vote with an in-person ballot by signing an affidavit in lieu of ID.
If you are a first-time voter who registered by mail after January 1, 2003, are voting for the first time in a primary or general election with federal candidates on the ballot, and have a “mark” next to your name on the official registry list, you must present one of the following:
- A copy of a current and valid photo identification that shows your name and address
- A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or government document that shows your name and address
If you do not have any of the above forms of ID you may vote a provisional ballot.
RESOURCES FOR VOTERS WITH SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
Overseas + Military Voting
Learn how to vote if you are living abroad or serving in the military from Overseas Vote Foundation.
Voting as a Student
Learn how to vote while being a student from the Campus Vote Project.
Voting for People with Disabilities
Learn more about voting in Connecticut if you have a disability.
Voting for People with Convictions
If you have a past conviction, learn more about your eligibility to vote from Restore Your Vote.