From the Secretary of the State's office
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill today reminded eligible voters in Connecticut that they have almost one month to register to vote in order to cast a ballot in the November 4, 2014 general election. Specifically, voters who wish to register online or by mail must do so by Tuesday October 21st; and the final deadline to register to vote in-person at town or city offices is Tuesday October 28th. Secretary Merrill is encouraging every eligible Connecticut voter with a driver’s license to go online at htpps://voterregistration.ct.
gov to register to vote securely and quickly. Secretary Merrill is also reporting that so far in 2014, at least 53,940 new voters have registered, including 15,924 Democrats, 10,303 Republicans and 26,276 unaffiliated voters. Overall, as of today there are a total of 1,931,880 registered voters in Connecticut, including 706,211 Democrats, 402,840 Republicans, and 803,564 unaffiliated voters. A complete listing of new and current active registered voters by party follows at the bottom of this news release.