There is no early voting in Connecticut. And the deadline for voter registration has passed.
But if you have not yet registered, there’s still a chance to vote this year. And no, it’s not rigged. It’s completely legit.
Westport’s Democratic and Republican registrars of voters announce Election Day registration. It takes place this Tuesday (November 8), from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Town Hall auditorium.
Residents must appear in person, with proof of both identity and residence. A current Connecticut driver’s or non-driver’s license or learner’s permit satisfies both requirements.
Proof of residence (showing current Westport address) includes a lease, paycheck, bank statement, property tax bill, naturalization documents, current college registration/free statement, passport, or utility bill (due no later than 30 days after Election Day).
Questions? Call 203-341-1115, or click here.
(NOTE: Election Day registration takes a while. If your registration has not been processed by 8 p.m., you can’t vote. You’ve cut it close already — don’t blow this chance!)