Registrars of Voters


Primary Results

  • Democratic
    • Biden                    1023
    • Sanders                168
    • Gabbard               18
    • Uncommitted      24
    • % turnout        42.74%
  • Republican
    • Trump                  372
    • DeLafunte             48
    • Uncomitted          88
    • % turnout          20.37%
  • Congressional
    • Gilmer                  213
    • Anderson             119

Important Notice

On August 11, 2020, Tolland will hold a Presidential Preference Primary for both the Democratic and Republican parties as well as a Republican Primary for the 2nd Congressional District.  

  • Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Ned Lamont signed an executive order allowing all registered voters in Connecticut to vote by mail so that no voter needs to choose between their desire to vote and their health. 
  • Secretary of the State Denise Merrill mailed every registered Democrat and Republican in the state an application for an absentee ballot.
  • If you wish to vote in the primary by mail, complete the application and return it to the Town Clerk’s office.  If you do not wish to vote by mail, you can destroy the application.  
  • Beginning July 21, 2020, all voters who requested an absentee ballot will be mailed their ballot along with a postage paid return envelope.
  • Ballots can be mailed back or dropped off in a secure drop box marked specifically for ballots, which will be located in Parking Lot A on Old Post Road.   This allows voters to deliver their absentee ballots in person without close, personal contact.  
  • If you wish to vote in person, our polling locations will remain open from 6:00AM – 8:00PM.  Polling locations are as follows:

Districts 1 & 3 – Tolland Recreation Center (104 Old Post Road)

District 2 – Tolland Senior Center (674 Tolland Stage Road)                   

Voters who are unsure of which district they are in or of their party affiliation can look up their registration by going to  Polling places will be subject to all indoor gathering guidelines and restrictions in effect at the time of the primary. Only those registered in a party can vote in that party’s primary.  Voters who request absentee ballots from the Town Clerk’s office are checked off on the voter registration list as having voted by absentee and will not be able to vote at the polls.