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Connecticut Online Absentee Ballot Request Portal Is Available Now

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Connecticut law allows you to receive an absentee ballot if you cannot appear at your assigned polling place on Election Day because of active service in the military, absence from the town in which you are eligible to vote, sickness, religious tenets that forbid secular activity on the day of the election, duties as an election official at a polling place other than your own during all of the hours of voting, or physical disability. To receive your absentee ballot, please complete, sign, and submit an application online.

The process to apply for an absentee ballot which would be mailed to you by the Town Clerk has never been easier.  Just click here to apply now.

Upcoming Events

RTC Meetings are held on the third Tuesday, monthly


The February meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 20, at 8 PM in Room 201/201A, Westport Town Hall.

Jennifer Tooker State of the Town Address


WESTPORT, February 4, 2024 - As prepared - 

Welcome everyone! I’m excited to be here with you all today. It’s an honor to share the stage with BOE Chair Lee Goldstein.  Thank you to the Rotary Clubs for hosting us for the annual State of Town address. As a Sunrise Rotarian, I know firsthand everything you do for our community, and think I can speak for everyone when I say that we are truly grateful for all of you. 

And of course, thank you to The Library, for hosting us in this beautiful space. The award-winning, 5-star, only 5-star library in the State of CT hosts not only events like this and other more traditional library-type events, it is also the home to Verso Fest – an annual music and media conference – and it is the first known library to ever record, produce and release a vinyl album. We are so lucky to have this unbelievable asset in our community.

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Rep. O’Dea, House Republicans Unveil 2024 Caucus Proposals Focused on Making CT More Affordable


NEW CANAAN, February 1, 2024 – House Republicans, in advance of the start of the 2024 legislative session, unveiled proposals Thursday that will maintain the state’s fiscal stability while making Connecticut a more affordable place to live.

Among the proposals is a call to amend the State Constitution to protect the “fiscal guardrails” that have allowed the state to build a solid Rainy Day Fund and begin to pay down long-term debt.

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