The Brookfield Town Clerk's office has gotten a lot of calls recently about the upcoming election. Brookfield has updated the Town Clerk's webpage to include a set of resources to help residents looking for details about the November vote. There are links to verify registration, to register to vote, and information about absentee ballots. Additional information will be added as the Town Clerk receives other inquiries from Brookfield residents.
Polling locations will be open for in-person voting on November 3rd. Ridgefield officials say the Secretary of the State will be sending absentee ballot applications to all registered voters in the first two weeks of September. Completed applications can be returned to the Town Clerk by dropping them in the secure Ballot Box located outside the Bailey Avenue entrance to Town Hall, the secure metal box mounted to the right of the Ridgefield Town Hall front door or mailing it through the postal service. Ballots will be issued by the Office of the Town Clerk beginning October 2nd.
The New Fairfield Town Clerk's Office has received many calls and emails about the November election. The polls will be open on November 3rd, but the Secretary of the State will be sending applications for absentee ballots to all registered voters. Completed applications should be delivered to the town clerk's office, either by dropping off in the drop box at the back of Town Hall or by mailing it in.
New Fairfield officials say anyone who has already filed an Application for Absentee Ballot for the November election, does not need to complete the application sent by the Secretary of the State. Residents looking to confirm the application has been received can email the town clerk.