Registrars: 2022 Canvass of Voters Underway

Joan McLaughlin and John A. Amarilios, your Town’s Registrars of Voters, have begun the 2022 Canvass of Voters. Under current state law, the Registrars verify and update the current addresses and continued residency of New Canaan voters using the Annual Canvass of Voters. Those voters who were reported to have moved from New Canaan, or had moved within town, or whose addresses could not be confirmed, along with those who have not voted since 2018 will receive notices. Anyone who has received a notice is asked to return the notice, in the envelope provided, confirming that they have moved out of town, that they have moved to a new address in town ( Listing the new address), or that they wish to remain on the voter registry. Parents may speak for any children who no longer reside in New Canaan, but should also advise those children to register in their new location.

New Canaan Registrars: Aug. 17 Special Election for State Senate Seat

New Canaan Registrars Announce Plans for Tuesday August 17, 2021 Special Election for State Senate District 36 (New Canaan District 1) Election to Fill the Unexpired Term of State Sen. Alex Kasser

There will be a Special Election on Tuesday August 17, 2021 to fill the unexpired term of State Senator Alex Kasser, who resigned June 22nd. Voting will be in the New Canaan High School gym from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Absentee ballots, both in-person or by mail, are available to all eligible voters in District One. Senate District includes Greenwich, North Stamford, and Western New Canaan. No other offices are on the ballot. Only those voters in NC Distict 1 will be voting.