Registrars of Voters

Voting Information for April 30 Budget Referendum

Hours: 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

• Stonington Borough Firehouse, 100 Main St., Stonington. If you usually vote at the Borough Firehouse, the former BOE building in Old Mystic, or Stonington Middle School, you will vote here.
• Former Pawcatuck Middle School, 40 Field Street, Pawcatuck. If you usually vote at the former PMS or at St. Michael Church Community Room, you will vote here.

Because this is a budget referendum, Stonington property owners who are not registered voters in town may cast a ballot. You must be on the 2023 grand list with a value of greater than $1,000.

New Voter Registration

Any U.S citizen 18 years or older and a bona fide resident of this town is eligible to vote.  If you are 17 years old, but will be 18 years old by the November election day, you may “pre-register” and you will become a voter on Election Day.

Register in person at the Registrars Office or at the Town Clerk’s office at your local Town Hall, during normal business hours, before the October deadline for eligibility in the November election.

Mail-in registration cards may be obtained at various public locations such as libraries, schools, Department of Motor Vehicles, or Town Offices.  Completed mail-in registration cards must be post-marked by the October deadline for eligibility in the November election.

New Voter Registration Exceptions to Deadline

Any person who achieves the following status on or after the October deadline may register to vote in the November election:

  • Reach 18 years of age
  • Become a naturalized citizen
  • Become a resident in the town where the election is taking place

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Elissa Bass Democrat (860) 535-5047
Peggy Roberts Republican (860) 535-5054