Welcome to the Town of Groton, Connecticut

Voter Registration

  • Kristen D. Venditti, Republican
  • Jeanne L. Rogers, Democratic
Hours of Operation

  • Monday – Friday 8:30am – 12:30pm
  • Tuesday 5:00pm – 7:00pm
  • Or By Appointment
Interested in making some cash? Work on Election Day!   Email or call us as below…

Contact e-mail:
 rov@groton-ct.gov or kvenditti@groton-ct.gov or jrogers@groton-ct.gov
Contact phone number: (860) 441-6650
Office Location: 2 Fort Hill Road (In the Human Services Building)

Looking for an Absentee Ballot? Contact the Town Clerk’s Office (860) 441-6640

Register to Vote

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State of Connecticut Online Voter Registration System

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2020 Elections:

Tuesday November 3, 2020 – Presidential Election

    Polls open 6:00am-8:00pm for all Elections
    Voting locations for November…

District 1 – Groton Public Library 52 Newtown Road Groton
District 2 – Zbierski House 1 Beach Pond Rd (Eastern Point Beach) Groton
District 3 – Groton City Municipal Building 295 Meridian Street Groton
District 4 – Mary Morrison Elementary School 154 Tollgate Road Groton
District 5 – School Administration Building 1300 Flanders Road Mystic
District 6 – S.B. Butler School 155 Ocean View Avenue Mystic
District 7 – Fitch High School 101 Groton Long Point Road Groton

PARTY AFFILIATION CHANGES: You may make changes to your party affiliation any time up to 90 days before any primary, if you were affiliated with another major party. If you choose to make a change from one major party to another major party after that date, you will not be eligible to vote in the primary but will be registered in that party for the regular election. Changing from Unaffiliated to a major party, there is no wait to become a member of the party.

Absentee Balloting – Please contact the Groton Town Clerk for Absentee Ballots for the all elections. The office phone number is (860) 441-6640 and office location is 45 Fort Hill Road across from Dairy Queen.

Voter - Election Day Registration (EDR) Law -
Any person who qualifies as eligible to register to vote may register in a General Election and cast a ballot on Election Day at the EDR location which is Human Services Building, 2 Fort Hill Road, Groton from 6 am – 8 pm (must be registered in the system at 8pm so come early just to be safe). The EDR Law does not apply to Special Elections or Primaries. Please contact the Registrar’s, if you have additional questions (860) 441-6650.

Eligibility to Vote:

    18 years of age as of Election Day
    U.S. Citizen
    Resident of Groton, CT
    Have not been convicted of a disenfranchising felony, or if so, your voting rights have been restored

The Registrars’ Office works using State Mandates under the Secretary of the State to:

    Maintain the Accuracy of the Voter Registration List and Files
    Organize and Supervise Elections
    Hire and Train Personnel for Election Day
    Ensure Voters’ Rights
    Supply Voting Materials
    Maintain and Care for Voting Machines/Equipment
    Conduct the Canvass of Electors

The Registrars conduct special registration sessions between January & June each year at:

    Robert E. Fitch High School
    Marine Science Magnet School
    Ella T. Grasso Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical School

Supervised Absentee Balloting is held at Groton nursing/convalescent homes including:

    Odd Fellows – Fairview
    Mystic Healthcare and Rehab
    Groton Regency
    Academy Point
    Other elderly housing complexes upon request