Voting in this year’s municipal election on Tuesday, Nov. 3 is extremely important to help chart Wilton’s future. If you’re not registered, you’ve still got a few chances to make sure you’ll be able to cast your ballot, thanks to Wilton’s registrars of voters, Tina Gardner and Carole Young-Kleinfeld.
- In-person registration on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. at Wilton Town Hall (238 Danbury Rd.). This is the last regular session—before Election Day—for residents to register to vote.
- Mailed-in voter registration, postmark deadline Tuesday, Oct. 27.
- Election Day Registration permits anyone to register and vote in person on Election Day who meets the eligibility requirements for voting in CT and is not already registered, or is registered in another town but has moved to Wilton. Register to vote on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3 at Wilton Town Hall (238 Danbury Rd.) beginning at 6 a.m..
- Anyone who attains new voting privileges—new citizens, new residency, or turning 18—after the Oct. 27 deadline may apply in person, with identification and proof of residency, in the registrars’ office at the Wilton Town Hall (238 Danbury Rd.) on Monday, Nov. 2 until 5 p.m.. Members of the armed forces and recently discharged members of the armed forces may be admitted as electors at this time.
On Election Day, three polling places—WHS Clune Center, Cider Mill School Gymnasium, and Middlebrook School Gymnasium —will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.. Use Wilton’s Voter Information Look-Up page on the town’s website to check polling places and party affiliation. For more information, call the registrars of voters at Wilton Town Hall at 203.563.0111.