The Town Moderator has issued an updated letter outlining important changes in voting for the 2020 General Elections.  These includes absentee balloting, new safety procedures for in-person voting, and a new polling location. For all the details, click HERE.

For the latest information on voting in the November 3rd General Election (including a sample ballot), click HERE.


All residents who claim Wilton as their domicile, who are United States citizens, and who will be 18 years or older on election day are eligible to vote. There is no minimum period of time you are required to have lived in town before being allowed to register.


The state has issued a revised absentee ballot request form which enables you to check off "COVID concerns" as a valid reason for voting absentee. It also allows you to request an absentee ballot for both or either the September primary or November general election. To obtain a copy of the form, click HERE.  Once completed, you can mail to the Town Office or put it in the drip-box outside Town Hall. Absentee ballot request forms have also been mailed to every registered voter in Wilton.

For other voting related information, visit the Secretary of State's website at

See the Governor’s Executive Order regarding voting HERE.

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