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YWCA Hartford Region is on a Mission to increase participation in every election and register voters. We believe that change happens at the local level. Here’s how to start:

Support us in our Get Out The Vote Initiative. Get your friends and family registered. Know someone who is turning 18? Help them see the value in showing up to the polls. Don’t forget if you had a name change or change of address you must update your registration. Get the word out through social media — we can each play a role in empowering our community. Sign our Pledge to Vote and let your voice be heard!


To receive election-related information from the Secretary of the State's Office: 

Text: Voter to 474747

Step 1: Register to Vote!

Scan the QR code or click here to get started

If you are already registered to vote, check your voter registration to confirm it is still active. Make sure to update your registration if you have moved or your name has changed since you last voted.

Step 2: Get to know the election process in Connecticut

How to vote in Connecticut

Mid Term Election: November 8, 2022

Step 3: Make your plan to vote

Do you know where to vote? Voter registration Look up

Step 4: Spread the word

Share information with your family and friends.

Together we can help build political power in our community and make sure women get to the polls and that our experiences and needs are valued, represented and made a priority to those we elect to public office.

This is your voice. Your vote. Your future. #YWomenVote!

Who’s on the ballot?

Governor, Lt. Governor, U.S. Senator, Representatives in Congress, State Senator, State Representatives, Secretary of the State, Treasurer, Comptroller, Attorney General, Judge of Probate and Registrar of Voters

What's new this year?

Connecticut’s November general election ballot will let voters weigh in on a state constitutional amendment that would allow the Connecticut General Assembly to introduce early in-person voting. The question will be: “Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to permit the General Assembly to provide for early voting?” Voters can vote “yes” or “no.” 

New voting laws passed last year make it easier to vote absentee by ensuring availability of drop boxes, allowing voters with temporary disabilities and chronic illnesses to automatically receive absentee ballots. And a new law passed this year further expands eligibility for absentee voting, mainly to commuters, caretakers and other voters worried about illness. Voters may qualify for an absentee ballot if they are traveling for only part of Election Day or if they are concerned about sickness, including COVID-19, for either themselves or someone they are taking care of.

Click Here for CT Voting Information: including: Eligibility, Registration and Polling Site Look-up, Important Deadlines, When and How to Vote, Election Day Registration, Absentee Voting Requirements, and Identification Requirements.

Know your rights: Anyone encountering election-related problems can contact the Election Day hotline at 1-866-733-2463 or by sending an email to 


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