Fairfield COVID Data Page

11/2/2020 - Election Day Information Update

Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 3rd is Election Day
The Town of Fairfield is prepared for safe in person voting on Election Day. All state sector rules have been put in place to protect our residents.
All polling locations in Fairfield will be open from 6 AM to 8 PM, voting booths will be sanitized in between each use and strict social distancing protocols will be in place. 

All poll workers will be wearing face coverings, face shields and the town has installed plexiglass at each poll to protect the public.

All voters should wear a face covering when entering the polls.

Voters may also bring their own black or blue pen to use if they feel more comfortable (no red ink).

Voters who are unable to access the polls may request that a ballot be brought to their car by parking at one of the yellow “curbside voting” areas and calling the number posted on the sign.

Absentee ballots must be received by 8:00 pm on Election Day. A secure ballot drop box is available in front of Old Town Hall, 611 Old Post Road.

Absentee ballots are not accepted at polling places; only in the secure drop boxes or previously through the mail.

Where Do I Vote?
Sample Ballots
Election Day Registration
If you have more questions, you can contact the Registrar of Voters office or visit the Secretary of State website

Registrar of Voters
Steve Elworthy  |  Matt Waggner
Emergency Absentee Ballot
Voting Advice for Recent Movers
You must register to vote using your Fairfield address. Connecticut does not have any minimum residency requirement, so you should register here even if you move in very close to Election Day or on Election Day itself...
More information here

What’s your story? What’s your reason?  
DO YOUR PART...Wear a mask!

Download the video here so you can upload it to social media, or share it from the links below, to continue to remind our residents that part of our civic responsibility to each other is to wear a mask.