Town Hall Open Sat, Aug 14 til Noon for Absentee Ballots for Aug 17 Special Election

There is a special election on Tuesday, Aug 17 for State Senate 36th district to fill the seat vacated by Democrat Alex Kasser when she resigned.

All eligible voters may vote by absentee ballot in the August 17, 2021 Election due to COVID-19. Applications for Absentee Ballots can be requested by visiting the Town Clerk’s office at Town Hall or by calling 203.622.7897 or  Applications are available in English and Spanish.

Mail completed applications to  Town Clerk, Town Hall, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830.

Applications may also be delivered in person.

For District 7 residents participating in the August 17 special election, in-person voting has been relocated.  Instead of voting at Greenwich High School, you will be voting in the cafeteria of Central Middle School, 9 Indian Rock Lane. 

All polling places will be open on Tuesday from 6:00am to 8:00pm.

If you are a registered voter but are unable to vote in person on Tuesday, August 17, you may obtain an absentee ballot from the Town Clerk’s office in Greenwich Town Hall on Saturday, Aug. 14 from 8:00am to 12:00noon.

The public is invited to access information about this upcoming election on the League of Women Voters Greenwich website:

  • The Voter’s Guide provides a bio for each candidate as well as responses to questions related to key issues 
  • Full video of the August 6 debate among the three candidates sponsored by the LWV’s of Greenwich, Stamford, and New Canaan  
  • Link and information about obtaining an application for an absentee ballot

To access this information please click HERE.

Click here for Vote411 voter information.

From the Registrar of Voters:

Note: The Registrars of Voters do not issue Absentee Ballots.  They do not track receipt of absentee ballots.  They do not handle overseas ballots. All of these items are handled by the Town Clerk’s Office  203-622-7897  or email [email protected]