Voting & Elections
August 2, 2020
Message from the Madison Town Clerk:
I received confirmation from the Connecticut Secretary of the State that Absentee Ballots for the August 11, 2020 Primary were mailed from the mailing house. If you have submitted an Application for Absentee Ballot with the Town Clerks office prior to July 28 and have not already received your Ballot, you should receive it shortly. Applications processed after July 28 will be mailed directly from the Town Clerks office.
Once you complete your Ballot you can mail it, or place it in the secure drop box located outside the main entrance of Town Hall, 8 Campus Drive. The box is to the left of the main entrance that faces the Police Department between the columns under the overhang. The box can be used for Applications and Ballots.
Please remember that your Absentee Ballot must be received via mail or in the drop box no later than 8:00 p.m. on August 11, 2020 to be counted in the Primary.
If you have any questions, please contact the Town Clerks office at (203) 245-5672, or firstname.lastname@example.org Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window.
Nancy J. Martucci, CCTC, CMC
All questions should be directed to the Town Clerk at (203) 245-5672.
CURRENTLY TOWN HALL IS ONLY OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
Absentee Ballot Information for Democratic & Republican Presidential Preference Primary and Republican State Primary August 11, 2020
On May 20 Gov. Ned Lamont signed an executive order 7QQ allowing all registered voters in Connecticut to vote absentee in the August 11 Primary due to COVID-19.
Only Registered Voters enrolled in the Democratic or Republican Party are eligible to vote IN THEIR RESPECTIVE Presidential Primary
By the end of June, all registered Democratic and Republican voters will receive an Application for Absentee Ballot from the Secretary of the State. However, if you had previously sent the Town Clerk an Application you will not receive an additional one.
If you do not wish to vote in person at your polling location, please complete the Application and either mail it in the envelope provided, or drop it outside your Town Hall in the securred designated Town Clerk drop box during business hours. Town Clerk’s office will enter your information to prompt the mail house for the Secretary of The State to mail your Ballot to you beginning July 21. Once completed you will mail your Ballot in the provided envelope to your Town Clerk at 8 Campus Drive, Madison, CT 06443, or place it in the securred Town Clerk drop box outside the main entrance of Town Hall (facing the Police Department).
Note: Town Clerk must have the original ink signature (not electronic) on the application for a ballot to be valid.
All questions should be directed to the Town Clerk at 203-245-5672.
Military, current residents temporarily overseas, or former residents overseas please use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) at https://www.fvap.gov. Please direct questions to the Town Clerk, Nancy J. Martucci at email@example.com Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window Opens email window .
Ballot Drop Box
The Town Clerk's Office has a secure drop box for ballots located outside the main entrance to Town Hall at 8 Campus Drive. The main entrance is on the side of the buiding that faces the Police Department.
To the left of the main doors under the overhang. is a metal box labeled "Official Ballot Drop Box". The box is located between the columns of the overhang.
Please use this secure drop box to return your absentee ballot application or absentee ballot.
Your absentee ballot must be in the box no later than 8:00 p.m. on August 11, 2020 to be counted in the primary.