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Presidential Ballots

Eligibility for Presidential Ballots:

To be eligible for a Presidential Ballot in Connecticut the individual must: (1) be a United States citizen, (2) be at least 18 years old, (3) be a resident or former resident of Connecticut, and (4) not have had their electoral privileges forfeited because of a disfranchising crime.

To be a resident of Connecticut the individual must have a bona fide residence of a town in Connecticut.

To be a former resident of Connecticut the individual must have had a bona fide residence of a town in Connecticut and must have moved from that town less than thirty days before the day of a presidential election and because of that move must be unable to register to vote for the election in his present state of residence.

The individuals must not be registered to vote in any town in Connecticut or in any other state and must not have voted or plan to vote in the election in any other town in Connecticut or in any other state.

There is no requirement that a Presidential Ballot Voter register as a condition of getting a Presidential Ballot.

Resident:

You are not registered to vote in the town in which you reside, but are otherwise qualified to become a voter.

Former Resident:

a) You were formerly a resident of the town to which you are directing this application and b) you have moved to your present residence in another town of this or another state within thirty days prior to the date of the presidential election and for that reason are prevented from registering to vote in the town of your present residence.