Resources for Voting and Voter Registration
Wilton Registrar of Voters/Election Department is a great source for information pertaining to elections and voter registration. Their web page contains information on voter registration eligibility requirements, a link to verify if you are registered to vote, locations for in person voter registration, election day registration information, a link to find your polling place, information on polling places, a link to online voter registration and registration updates, information on voting in the Annual Town Meeting and Special Town Meetings, the absentee ballot application and so much more. Click here for Wilton's voting district map, information about serving as a poll worker, copies of sample ballots, and more!
Verification of voter registration is available directly on the Voter Registration Lookup.
Voter registration is available directly on the State of Connecticut’s Online Voter Registration System
MyVoteCT - (CT Secretary of State) portal to check your registration status, update your registration online (for example, if you've changed address), find your polling place, see a sample ballot prior to Election Day, check to see that an absentee ballot you mailed has been received, and more. CT residents who are eligible to vote and have a CT driver's license or a DMV-issued state ID can register to vote online at this site.
LWVCT Education Fund, Inc.: Directory of Connecticut's Federal and State Elected Officials 2021-2022
Other General Resources for Voter Information
Find Your Legislators
How Do I Choose a Candidate in Connecticut? (LWV Education Fund)
Vote411.org Election Information You Need (LWV Education Fund): Enter your address to find your polling place, or use the guide to see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side by side, print out a sample ballot and much more.
Citizens Election Program - Information about Connecticut's campaign financing program that provides public funding to candidates for state offices who choose to opt into the program. Candidates who choose to participate agree to parameters aimed at providing transparency about both the sources and uses of their campaign financing.
Resources for tracking legislation and legislative voting records:
Vote Smart: A nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that provides information about current elected officials, candidates, issues, legislation, and voting.
Connecticut General Assembly Bill Tracking
Connecticut General Assembly Bills by Subject Search
Connecticut General Assembly Weekly Calendar: Check to see what public hearings and other business is scheduled and how to attend or stream those hearings. This page also has a section that allows constitutents to "find your legislator" and contact information to reach your State Representative and Senator; how to search for particular bills, passed laws, or issues of interest, and more!
The United States Senate
The United States House of Representatives
Library of Congress-Congress.Gov
League of Women Voters Links
Voting Rights Advocacy Positions - Information about the advocacy issues which comprise the League's core mission and service to constituents, including expanding vote access, redistricting, campaign financing, and fighting voter suppression.
Remaining Nonpartisan in Hyper-partisan Times - Essay by National League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase Solomon on what "non-partisan" has meant over the League's 100+ year history, and the challenges of non-partisanship today.
Wilton Town Government
Key Contacts in Municipal Government: Contact information for municipal leadership and staff offices and municipal boards.
Wilton 2029: Plan of Conservation and Development: Adopted September 23, 2019 and Effective October 1, 2019, this report was prepared by the Town of Wilton Planning and Zoning Commission with assistance from Milone & Macbroom. This is an update to the Town’s Plan of Conservation and Development, or POCD. The POCD is a guidance document that will provide a long-term vision for the Town and guide decision making relating to growth, development, and conservation over the next ten years. The State of Connecticut requires municipalities to update their POCD every ten years.
Wilton Economic Development Commission: Description from the website: “Formed in 2012, the mission of Wilton’s Economic Development Commission is to enhance Wilton’s reputation as a community where the quality of life for residents, professionals and workers makes Wilton the “first choice” to start a new business, to relocate an existing business, or for current businesses to remain and flourish.The WEDC is a team of resident volunteers who serve as a business ambassadors to provide insights and a sincere welcome to the Town of Wilton and our business community.”