VOTER INFO

NOT SURE IF YOU’RE REGISTERED? WONDERING WHERE TO VOTE?

 

Go to www.govote.ct.gov. On the right-hand side of the page you will see “Voter Lookup.” Simply click and then enter your town, name, and birth date. This tool will confirm your voting location and party affiliation. Note: If your name has punctuation in it (such as Smith-Brown or O’Connor or Jo-Ann), leave the punctuation out (Smith Brown or OConnor or JoAnn.)

 

Any questions? Contact the Bethel Registrar of Voters office at (203) 794-8516.  You can also email Democratic Registrar Nancy Ryan at ryann@bethel-ct.gov.

 

See all the important dates in the 2017 Connecticut election cycle, including absentee ballot deadlines, filing deadlines, and more at mytimetovote.com.

Register to Vote!

 

There are three ways to register to vote: online, by mail, or in person.

Online

You can register to vote in Connecticut at www.govote.ct.gov. On the left hand side of the page, click “Register to Vote Here.” You will need a State of Connecticut DMV ID (driver’s license, learner’s permit, or standard ID).  Your DMV ID number is used to verify your identity and supply the signature for your voter registration card. You should receive notification that your application has been approved within about three weeks.

 

By Mail

You can print out an application here. Fill it out and send it to the Bethel Registrar of Voters address listed below. Also, if you fill out the online registration form and supply the last four digits of your Social Security number rather than your DMV ID number, you will be prompted to print the registration form, sign and date it, and mail it to the Registrar’s office. (Note: Your registration doesn’t become active until the paperwork is processed, so it’s crucial to pop this form in the mail!)

 

In Person

You can register to vote in person at the Bethel Registrar of Voters office, located in the C.J. Hurgin Municipal Center at 1 School Street, Bethel, CT 06801.

BETHEL’S VOTING DISTRICTS

 

For all elections, Bethel is divided into 5 voting districts.

 

The entirety of Bethel is located in the 5th Congressional District, currently represented by Rep. Elizabeth Esty.

 

Bethel is split between two State Senate districts: the 24th State Senatorial District, currently represented by Sen. Michael A. McLachlan, and the 26th State Senatorial District, currently represented by Sen. Toni Boucher.

 

Bethel is also split between two State House districts: the 2nd State Assembly District, currently represented by Will Duff, and the 107th State Assembly District, currently represented by Stephen G. Harding.

 

Voting District information:

DISTRICT 1

District 1 is part of the 24th State Senate District and the 107th State Assembly District. The polling place for District 1 is:

Bethel Municipal Center
1 School Street
Bethel, CT 06801

DISTRICT 2

District 2 is part of the 26th State Senate District and the 107th State Assembly District.  The polling place for District 2 is:

 

Stony Hill Fire Department
59 Stony Hill Road
Bethel, CT  06801

DISTRICT 3

District 3 is part of the 24th State Senate District and the 2nd State Assembly District.  The polling place for District 1 is:

Frank A. Berry School
200 Whittlesey Drive
Bethel, CT  06801

DISTRICT 4

District 4 is part of the 24th State Senate District and the 2nd State Assembly District.  The polling place for District 4 is:

Bethel Municipal Center
1 School Street
Bethel, CT  06801

DISTRICT 5

District 5 is part of the 26th State Senate District and the 2nd State Assembly District.  The polling place for District 1 is:

Frank A. Berry School
200 Whittlesey Drive
Bethel, CT  06801