2021 Absentee Ballot Applications Are Now Available. Click below to apply today!
Applications are also available to pickup at the following locations:
- Town Hall Lobby
- Noah Webster Library
- Faxon Library
- Bishops Corner Library
You may drop off your application at any of our Election drop boxes:
- Town Hall, Main Entrance, 50 South Main Street
- Main Entrance of Faxon Branch Library, 1073 New Britain Avenue
- Or mail to the Town Clerk's office, 50 South Main Street Room 313, West Hartford, CT 06107
Ballots start to go out on October 1st. If you have sent in your application by October 1st and have not received a ballot by Oct. 14th, please contact us at 860-561-7430 or by email to Elections@westhartfordct.gov.
If we do not receive your completed application by October 25th, you may not receive your ballot in time for your vote to count in this election.
PUEDE DEJAR SU SOLICITUD EN CUALQUIERA DE NUESTRAS CAJAS DE DEPOSITOS ELECTORALES:
- ENTRADA PRINCIPAL DE LA ALCALDIA 50 SOUTH MAIN STREET
- ENTRADA PRINCIPAL DE LA BIBLIOTECA SUCURSAL FAXON 1073 NEW BRITAIN AVENUE
Las boletas electorales se distribuirán el 1 de octubre. Si envió una solicitud de boleta electoral antes del 1 de octubre y no la recibe antes del 14 de octubre, comuníquese con nosotros al 860-561-7430 o por correo electrónico a: Elections@westhartfordct.gov
Si no recibimos su solicitud completa antes del 25 de octubre, es posible que no reciba su boleta a tiempo para que su voto cuente en esta elección.
Permanent Absentee Ballots
Public Act 12-57, “An Act Concerning Permanent Absentee Ballot Status for the Permanently Disabled” created permanent absentee balloting status for certain individuals and became effective January 1, 2013.
To be eligible for permanent absentee ballot status, an elector must file with the Town Clerk an absentee ballot application together with a certification from a primary care provider stating that they have a permanent disability and are unable to appear in person at their polling place. The primary care provider note should be on letterhead. There is no prescribed form—the primary care provider note and the absentee ballot application would satisfy the requirement of the law. Permanent absentee ballot status enables the elector to receive an absentee ballot for each election, primary, and referendum in the municipality in which they are eligible to vote. Absentee ballots are available 21 days before a Primary and 31 days before an Election.
In January of each year the Registrars of Voters will send written notice to each elector with permanent absentee ballot status to determine if the elector continues to reside at the address on the permanent absentee ballot application. If the elector fails to respond to the notice, the permanent absentee ballot status will be removed, but the elector will remain on the voter registration list.