Registrar of Voters

All the voter and election info you'll need!

Burlington's Registrar's Office

Unlike many countries around the world, U.S. citizens have the unique privilege of a private vote for all elected officials - city, state and federal. Don't waste your vote, use it. It is your voice in the political process. If you are a U.S. citizen, 18 years or older you can vote. But first, you must register! Any U.S. citizen 17 years of age may register, providing the citizen reaches 18 years of age on or before the November election to be eligible to vote in the Election.

Why register to vote?

  • You are a full first-class citizen under the Constitution of the United States.
  • You can campaign and run for political office.
  • You can help decided what happens to your country.
  • You can vote for people who share your same concerns and beliefs.
  • You can join political committees and parties and help shape policies in Burlington and Connecticut that impact your life.
  • You can participate in all elections on the local, state and national levels.
  • You can exercise all your rights under the United States Constitution.
  • You can help determine your level of property taxes and school board budgets.
  • You can VOTE OUT people who don't represent your viewpoints and positions on issues.
  • You can select the people you want to run for office.
  • One vote can change the course of history!

In order to be admitted as an elector in Burlington, Connecticut, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be a United States citizen
  • Must be a bona fide resident of Burlington, Connecticut
  • Must be 18 years of age by Election day
  • Voter's "Bill of Rights"

Staff Contacts

Name Title
Donna Rusgrove Registrar (R)
Beverly Jackson Registrar (D)

Political Town Committee Chairpersons

NameParty
Jeffrey Hogan

(R)

Kathleen Zabel

(D)

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