Naugatuck Registrar of Voters

·         Democrat Registrar: Louise Sheedy           email: lsheedy@naugatuck-ct.gov

o    Deputy: Manny Luzio

·         Republican Registrar: Matthew R Katra      email: mkatra@naugatuck-ct.gov

o    Deputy: Richard Pierce

·         Office Admin: Francine Fruin                            email: FFruin@naugatuck-ct.gov

·         Phone: (203) 720-7047

·         Address: 229 Church St – 2nd Floor
                 Naugatuck, CT 06770 

Hours*:  
Mon-Fri: 09:00AM – 1:00PM    
      *Office Hours subject to change without notice.   If RoV office is not open, please see Louise Sheedy in the Tax Office on the 3rd floor of town hall.

 

The Department Duties are:

·         Maintain an accurate and up-to-date computerized voter registry

·         Conduct all federal/state, and local elections and primaries within the Borough of Naugatuck

·         Prepare department budgets

·         Select and train all poll workers and other election officials

·         Responsible for voter education and organizing the annual canvass of electors

·         Increase voter registration and participation

 

Registering & Voting Information

Voter Registration         
Online: https://voterregistration.ct.gov/OLVR/welcome.do
Printable Forms: https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Register-to-Vote/Voter-Registration-Application-English-and-Spanish

Voter Registration lookup tool: http://www.sots.ct.gov/sots/cwp/view.asp?a=3172&q=512796

Absentee Ballot Application

Information on Absentee Ballots for August 11, 2020 Primary

 

             Important Dates and Deadlines
             Generally, you must submit a request to change parties in order to vote in your new party no later then 90 days before the party primary. This can be done online, via DMV, by mail or in person at the RoV office.
              Please refer to the election calendar for exact dates: https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Calendars/Election-Calendars

Military and Overseas Voting
Useful information for U.S. Citizens living overseas and for voters serving in the Armed Forces and their dependents at http://www.fvap.gov/

Voter Identification Requirements
Voter Identification is required by CT law. You can see what identification is accepted here:
https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Election-Services/Voter-Rights

Voter Rights
Voter Rights link to the CT Secretary of the State website.   Read your rights here.

Upcoming Elections
Naugatuck Municipal Primary (if required) – September 10th, 2019

Naugatuck Municipal Election – November 5th, 2019

Presidential Preference Primary – April 28th 2020

Additional Information:

Legal notice for the Republican and Democratic Presidential Preference Primary 



 

 

 

 

            Polling Locations in Naugatuck
            Find out where the voting locations are in Naugatuck.
                                - Cross St School               view map
                                - Andrew Ave School         view map
                                - Maple Hill School            view map
                                - City Hill Middle School   view map
                                - Western School              view map
                                - Oak Terrace                    view map
                                - Central Ave School         view map

Where Do I Vote
Lookup your voting location at the CT Secretary of the State website.
                http://www.dir.ct.gov/sots/LookUp.aspx

            Work at the Polls on Election Day
            Find out how you can become a poll worker on Election Day by calling the Registrar’s office at (203) 720-7047.