Trumbull Democrats

Trumbull DemocratsAbsentee Voting

Wonder if you can vote absentee? YES YOU CAN – if you can answer yes to one of these questions:

  • Will you be out of town during all the hours of voting on Election Day?
  • Are you an active member of the armed forces of the United States?
  • Does illness prevent you from voting in person on Election Day?
  • Do your religious beliefs prevent you from performing secular activities like voting on Election day?
  • Will you be performing duties as an election official at a polling place other than your own during all the hours of voting on Election Day?
  • Do you have a physical disability that prevents you from voting in person on Election Day?

For a general election:

Step 1: Fill out an Application for Absentee Ballot online at the CT Secretary of State’s website. Click link below:
English version
Spanish version

Or go to the Town Clerk’s Office (address below) and get one.

Step 2: Return the filled-out application to the Trumbull Town Clerk’s office – as soon as possibleDO NOT WAIT:
Suzanne Burr Monaco
Town Hall – 1st Floor
5866 Main Street
Trumbull, CT 06611
Phone: 203-452-5059

Upon returning the application, the Town Clerk’s Office may ONLY give you YOUR OWN ballot. If you hand in an application on behalf of someone else, the Town Clerk’s Office will then mail the Absentee Ballot to the applicant directly.

For an Emergency Ballot within 6 days of an election (for certain circumstances):

Step 1: Fill out an Emergency Application for Absentee Ballot online at the CT Secretary of State’s website. Click link below:
English version
Spanish version

Or go to the Town Clerk’s Office (address below) and get one.

Step 2: Bring the Emergency Applications for Absentee Ballot to the Trumbull Town Clerk’s office:
Suzanne Burr Monaco
Town Hall – 1st Floor
5866 Main Street
Trumbull, CT 06611
Phone: 203-452-5059

Also check the Trumbull Town Clerk’s info presentation link below.

Who can collect or download an application of absentee or emergency absentee ballots?

  • The individual completing the ballot
  • A member of the applicant’s immediate family
  • A designee of the applicant

Here is a link to an informational presentation from the Trumbull Town Clerk’s Office:
“Everything You Should Understand About Absentee Ballots”


Complete Absentee Ballot information from the page of the Connecticut Secretary of State Website


Voter Registration and Location Lookup:
Check here if you are already in the Registrar of Voters.