Burlington Resident Voter Registration Information: To vote in a Connecticut general, local town or primary election, all voters must register in their town of residence.  It is not necessary to register for a political party to vote in a general or local election. Party registration is required to vote in a party’s primary election. Voters can check their registration status at: CT.gov/lookup.

REGISTER BY MAIL: Burlington residents can register by mail by printing a Voter Registration Form, filling it out, and mailing it to the Burlington Town Clerk’s office.                                        

REGISTER IN PERSON AT BURLINGTON TOWN HALL:    Burlington Town Clerk
Burlington Town Hall, 200 Spielman Highway
Burlington, CT 06013-1710
Phone: 860-673-6789 x2
Fax: 860-675-9312

Anita LaChance, Registrar of Voters (D)                          Phone: (860) 673-6789 ext.217                                                Burlington Voter Registration Information: Burlingtonct.us/voter-registration

ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION: You can register online if you have a Connecticut driver’s license or DMV-issued non-driver ID.  CT.gov/Register-Online-to-Vote

ELECTION DAY REGISTRATION (EDR): EDR permits anyone to register and vote in person on Election Day at Burlington Town Hall, from 6 am to 8 pm.  You will need to provide proof of identity and residency.    

ABSENTEE/MAIL-IN VOTING: In Connecticut,  Registered voters can vote by absentee ballot for any of the following reasons:

  • Absences from town during all election hours
  • Illness or physical disability
  • Active service in the United States armed forces
  • Religious tenets, that forbid secular activity on election day
  • Applications are available at the Town Clerk’s office in Town Hall    
  • Voters are encouraged to use the secure ballot drop box outside the Town Hall entrance to return their absentee ballot by Election Day. 
  • If you have any further questions concerning absentee voting, contact the Town Clerk at (860) 673-6789 x2 or ugalde.m@burlingtonct.us. You can also visit the Connecticut Secretary of State Website at: CT.gov/Voter-Information/Absentee-Voting