Voter Canvass Letters: A Message from the Easton Registrars

Message to Easton voters regarding the canvass:

We, the Easton Registrars, would like to clarify why some residents have received canvass letters from us recently. The Registrar of Voters’ Office conducts a yearly canvass of registered voters, between Jan. 1 and May 1, as required by the Connecticut General Statutes Section 9-32. In order to maintain current records, letters are sent out to voters that the registrars believe may have moved out of town.

We ask anyone receiving a canvass letter to complete the response, sign, and return the letter to our office at their earliest convenience. It is important to return the completed canvass letter as soon as possible. If we do not receive a response within 30 days, the elector’s voting status may be changed from “Active” to “Inactive.”

If a resident receives a canvass letter addressed to someone in their household who no longer lives at that address to, if possible, please forward the envelope to the addressee at his/her current address. Please don’t hesitate to contact the Registrars of Voters’ Office if you have any questions regarding the canvass process. 

Our phone number is 203-268-6291 ext. 171.

Thank you,

David Smith, Easton Registrar
dsmith@eastonct.gov

Dori Wollen, Easton Registrar
dwollen@eastonct.gov

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