Tips for those who plan to vote

Julia Cheng ’08 sends us some excellent tips on voting:

If you were abroad last year, but had registered to vote in CT (I switched so I could vote in 2004), you are probably on their “inactive list.” If so, on Tuesday, simply go to the Senior Center (located across from Red and Black), tell them you are on their inactive list, and ask for a restoration form. Tuesday will be crazy, so it’ll be much easier for everyone if you go in knowing to do this, since you will NOT be on their active voters’ list.

If you have any questions, you can call the Town Hall directly at (860) 344-3459. They are super friendly and helpful. They can also easily check for you if you are registered in CT or not.

3 thoughts on “Tips for those who plan to vote

  1. Saul

    Great advice!Better safe than sorry though – you should call ahead before Tuesday if you have any doubts at all about the status of your registration. There’s only so much you’re allowed to do on Election Day.For example, if you’re an unaffiliated voter, you need to join the Democratic or Republican parties by Monday at noon to be allowed to vote.

  2. Saul

    Great advice!Better safe than sorry though – you should call ahead before Tuesday if you have any doubts at all about the status of your registration. There’s only so much you’re allowed to do on Election Day.For example, if you’re an unaffiliated voter, you need to join the Democratic or Republican parties by Monday at noon to be allowed to vote.

  3. Saul

    Great advice!

    Better safe than sorry though – you should call ahead before Tuesday if you have any doubts at all about the status of your registration. There’s only so much you’re allowed to do on Election Day.

    For example, if you’re an unaffiliated voter, you need to join the Democratic or Republican parties by Monday at noon to be allowed to vote.

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