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Registrar of Voters
Contact TypeContact Information
Democrat Registrar
Republican Registrar
Physical Address: Town Hall Annex, 25 School Street, East Windsor, CT
Mailing Address: 11 Rye Street
Broad Brook, CT 06016
(860) 292-5915
Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. We also make appointments outside our regular hours to accommodate residents.

Important Information
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The Registrar of Voters are part time and their actual office hours may vary depending upon the current calendar requirements and voting duties.  You may call and leave a message at any time on their office voice mail, 860-292-5915, their e-mail addresses listed above or if you need to speak to someone immediately please call:

Angelo Sevarino  -  Democratic Registrar  -  860-716-0320
Linda Sinsigallo  -  Republican Registrar  -  860-623-8373

Residents of the State of Connecticut who wish to register to vote may do so at the Town Clerk, located at the Town Hall in Broad Brook as well as at the Registrars Office at the Annex in Warehouse Point.  There is no residency requirement in the State and a new resident may apply to become a voter as soon as he or she moves into town.  The Registrars conduct voter making (voter registration) sessions at East Windsor High School, local nursing homes, apartment complexes, condominiums, and places of business by appointment.
Voting Machines
We use the current optical scan voting machines which are quite simple to use.  After checking in to the polls each voter will receive a paper ballot and then proceed to a privacy booth.  Voters should take their time and review the ballot carefully looking for instructions as to how many candidates they may vote for in each race.  They should then fill in the appropriate ovals adjacent to the candidates of their choice.   Upon completion this paper ballot will then be put into a scanner for tabulating.  We will have personnel available at the polls to assist you in the process. For further assistance prior to voting please visit the Secretary of State’s Office online instructional video at:  VIDEO

Municipal elections are held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November in odd-numbered years. State elections are held the Tuesday after the first Monday in November in even-numbered years.
Our Mission
We are dedicated to the efficient conduct of free and impartial elections and the competent management of the voter registration and enrollment processes.  We develop various methods and procedures to insure the voting rights of citizens and administer all elections: national; state; municipal; primaries; and referenda.  We are responsible for voter education and organizing the annual canvass of electors.  Registrars maintain and update files, prepare department budgets and train election officials.  We print registration and enrollment lists and insure the proper maintenance of voting equipment.