It’s Election Day (finally!). Polls are open as of 6 a.m. Here’s what you need to know

Voting Districts: Where do I vote?

Wilton is divided into three voting districts for all November elections (see below). All three polling places will be open from 6 a.m.-8 p.m. on Election Day. If you’ve lost or misplaced the postcard, or didn’t receive it, don’t fret:  the registrars’ webpage on the town website has both a link to the voting district map as well as a section where voters can enter their addresses to find out where they vote.

District 1:  Wilton High School, Zeoli Field House (395 Danbury Rd.); 143rd Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District

District 2:  Cider Mill School Gym (240 School Rd.); 125th Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District

District 3:  Middlebrook School Gym (131 School Rd.); 143rd Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District

Registration: Am I registered? What can I do if I’m not?

You can check your voter registration status via the registrars’ webpage on the town website.

As of today, Wilton now has more than 12,400 registered voters. If you are not one of those registered voters, but want to exercise your right (and, some say, your responsibility) to vote, there is still one last option:  Connecticut offers Election Day Registration on Election Day.

Election Day registration (EDR) will be at Town Hall (238 Danbury Rd.) beginning at 6 a.m. and ending promptly at 8 p.m.. EDR voters must prove their identity and Wilton residence (and a CT drivers license with a Wilton address on it will suffice for both).

Important to note:  The EDR location closes promptly at 8 p.m.; however, any elector in line by 8 p.m. at the other three polling places will be allowed to vote.

Sample Ballots

Here are the sample ballots for each of the Wilton voting districts:

Sample Ballot District 2 Election 2016
Sample Ballot District 2 Election 2016
Sample Ballot Districts 1 & 3 Election 2016
Sample Ballot Districts 1 & 3 Election 2016