Registrar of Voters register voters, update and maintain voter lists, maintain voting machines, make voter information available, administer the polling place on election days, and fulfill other requirements mandated by the Office of the Secretary of State.
The Voter Registration Form (ED-671) is used for: new voter registration (includes move to a new town), address change (within the same town), name change or party enrollment change are available from the Registrars or from the Town Clerk�s Office during regular Town Hall hours. The Form is also available at libraries, schools or use the motor vehicle application received with your driver�s license application. The Voter Registration Form and other State of Connecticut Election Forms are available at the Secretary of State website.
Once the Registrar receives the application, a confirmation of registration will be mailed to you.
Those registering to vote in person are required to show identification. Acceptable forms of identification include anything with a name and address: a CT driver�s license, a current utility bill, or even a current paycheck. Those who register by mail must provide their CT drivers license or the last four digits of their Social Security number on the voter registration form, which will be confirmed by the state�s centralized voter registration system. Federal Law, which took effect on January 1, 2003, requires that all first time voters, who registered via Mail, provide ID at the polls. First Time Voters without ID will only be able to vote for Federal offices.
Your application must be postmarked by the 14th day before an election (OR received by your Registrar of Voters or a voter registration agency by the 14th day before an election). You may apply in person to your registrar or town clerk until 7 days before an election.
EDR - Election Day Registration permits anyone to register and vote in person on Election Day who meets the eligibility requirements for voting in this state and is not already registered, OR is registered in one town but has moved to Sprague. By law, a person is eligible to register and vote if he or she is
Election Day Registration is not available at the regular polling place: Baltic Fire House, 22 Bushnell Hollow Road, but is available at a Town Hall, 1 Main Street, Baltic, CT from 6am until 8pm on election day. You will need to provide proof of identity and residency.
Your application must be postmarked by the 5th day before a primary (OR received by a voter registration agency by the 5th day before a primary) and must be received by Sprague Registrars by 12 Noon the last business day before a primary. You may apply in person to your registrar or town clerk until 12:00 Noon on the last business day before a primary.
Voter making sessions:
Municipal elections are held in odd numbered years on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November. State and federal elections are held in even numbered years.
The polls are by law open from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Baltic Fire House, 22 Bushnell Hollow Road (Route 138), Baltic, CT
All registered voters may vote in regularly scheduled, general elections. Voters who are registered with a political party may vote in any primary election of the political party in which they are registered. All registered voters may vote in referenda held by the town. Non-registered taxpayers who own assessable property worth more than $1,000 in Sprague may vote on referenda questions involving taxable items.
If a registered voter is unable to vote in person, he may apply to the Town Clerk for an absentee ballot for any of the following reasons:
Before a ballot can be issued to the voter, an application must be completed and returned to the Town Clerk. The application can be obtained in person, by mail or by clicking here.
The application must be printed, signed by the voter and mailed or hand delivered to the Town Clerk:
Town of Sprague
1 Main St.
P.O. Box 162
Baltic, CT 06330
The federal MOVE ACT (Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment) was signed into law by President Obama on October 28, 2009 and makes provisions for mailing a ballot electronically, upon request, to a voter who is in the military or who is an overseas citizen and their dependents. Electronic voting is only for elections that have federal offices on the ballot. (Electronic means faxing as well as emailing).
The actual ballot is a blank ballot format that is sent along with a list of candidates. If you qualify for an emailed ballot, please contact the Town Clerk at email@example.com as well as the ballot the absentee ballot application can now be faxed or emailed.
A signed document is needed to remove your name. Either send a note requesting removal with your name, birth date and signature, or download a form from here and send to Registrar of Voters.
Barbara Richardson Crouch (R)
Term End: 01/09/2019
Phyllis Nelson (R)
Term End: 01/09/2019
Glenn A. Cheney (D)
Term End: 12/31/2019
Maria Gladue (D)
Term End: 01/09/2019
860.822.3000 Ext. 208
1st & 3rd Thursday of each month - 4:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Every Tuesday 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M.
Sprague Town Hall
P.O. Box 162
1 Main Street, Baltic, CT 06330
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