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Monday: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Friday: Closed

Contact Information

Office: (860) 871-3634
Office: (860) 871-3638
Fax: (860) 871-3663
R. Michael Wyman
Leonard A. Bach

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  • November 8 Results

  • NOV 1 - Last day to register to vote in person, by mail, or online (with valid CT driver's license, www.govote.ct.gov).  Registrars will be in their office from 9:00 AM until 8:00 PM.

  • NOV 7 - 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM - Limited registration period ONLY FOR PEOPLE WHO have turned 18, moved into Tolland, or have become a citizen of the United States SINCE NOVEMBER 1st. People in the Service have until5:00 PM.

  • Applications for absentee ballots can be obtained online by clicking HERE or in the Town Clerk's office.  Absentee ballots are obtained in the Town Clerk's office in Town Hall.

  • Verifying if you are a Registered Voter can be done by going to www.SOTS.ct.gov and following the prompts.  First and Last name and Date of Birth are required.

  • NOVEMBER 8TH - ELECTION DAY - Polls are open from 6:00 AM until 8:00 PM.

  • Polling Places:

    • Districts 1 & 3 - Tolland Recreation Center Gym (former Parker School), 104 Old Post Road.

    • District 2 - Tolland Senior Center, 674 Tolland Stage Road.

  • Verifying your polling place can be done at www.tollandelections.org

  • Please call the REGISTRARS OFFICE with questions: 860-871-3634 or 860-871-3638 or the Town Clerk at 860-871-3630.

  • Presidential Election 2016 Sample Ballot


    • Hicks Gym will no longer be used as a polling place in Town Hall.  The Library expansion will move into the gym.


    • The polling place for Districts 1 & 3 will be at The Gym at Tolland Recreation Center (formerly Parker School), 104 Old Post Road. (¼ mile north of Town Hall)


  • The Senior Center will continue to be the polling place for District 2.

  • Budget Referendum is scheduled for Tuesday, May 5th 2015.



  • A new law passed by the State Legislature permits people to register and vote in person on Election Day for Municipal, State and Federal elections.  Eligibility requirements for voting in this state are:

    1. Not already an elector or

    2. Is registered in one municipality but wants to change his or her registration because he or she currently resides in another municipality

  • By law, a person is eligible to register and vote if they are :

    1. A U.S. citizen

    2. Age 18 or older

    3. A bona fide resident of the municipality in which he or she applies for admission as an elector.  The applicant must have proof of their residential address—driver’s license, lease, utility bill with name and address and less than 30 days old, paycheck, motor vehicle learners permit, library card if it shows address or property tax bill.

  • In Tolland, Election Day Registration (EDR) will be handled in the Registrar of Voters’ Office in Town Hall

Absentee Ballot applications can be obtained:

  • By completing the form under “How do I register to vote” and mailing to Town Clerk, 21 Tolland Green

  • By calling Town Clerk at 860-871-3630