Frequently Asked Questions/Results
What is on the ballot?
- List of Candidates for the Republican Primary - 8/9/2022
- List of Candidates for the Democratic Primary - 8/9/2022
Sample Ballots can be found here
What were the election results?
- May 10,2022, Town Meeting Budget Vote: Yes: 84 No: 2
- May 3, 2022, Region 19 Budget Referendum: Yes: 157 No: 12
- Results for the November 2, 2021 Election can be found here
Where do I vote?
- For General Elections if you are already registered to vote, use this online lookup to find the location of your voting site.
- If you are not already registered to vote, see the information later in this FAQ about registering.
- All referenda take place at the Town Hall, Council Chambers
When are the polls open?
- The polls are open from 6:00am to 8:00pm for all elections and referenda.
Am I already registered to vote?
How do I register to vote?
- Visit the Registrar of Voters homepage here
Can I register to vote on election day? (same day registration)
- If you are not already registered, you can register on election day. Bring ID and proof of residency in Mansfield, to the Mansfield Town Hall Council Chambers room (4 South Eagleville Road, Storrs, CT 06268). If you have not missed the registration deadline, it is advisable to register ahead and avoid the long lines and lengthy process of Election Day Registration
I am not a United States citizen, but I live in town (or own property in town), can I vote?
- No. To vote in the election you must be a United States citizen.
I own property in town but do not live in Town; can I vote?
- Non-resident property owners, who are 18 years of age or older, who are United States citizens, and own property assessed for more than $1,000, can vote on referendum questions only.
Who can I contact with additional questions?
- Contact the Registrar of Voters Office at VoterRegistrars@mansfieldct.org or at 860-429-3369 or at 860-429-3368. We are located at the Mansfield Town Hall (4 South Eagleville Road, Storrs, CT 06268), but it is best to call ahead.