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Voting in Orange 
Questions? Contact Democrat Registrar Janice Casey: 203-891-4715 email. 
For current voting info, see Secretary of the State site.
In-person Voting in Orange
ALL in-person voting is at High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road.
Absentee Voting
You can vote using an absentee ballot for any of the following reasons: 
  • Active military service
  • Absence from town on Election Day
  • Sickness or physical disability (not necessarily your own)
  • Religion precludes such activity on voting day
  • Serving as an election official at a polling place other than your own
To request an absentee ballot, download the application, fill it out, and mail it to:  Mary Shaw, Town Clerk, 617 Orange Center Road (Town Hall), Orange, CT 06477.

For the latest information on absentee voting, refer to the Secretary of the State site, which includes a video.        
Early Voting
Connecticut offers early voting for primary and general elections. For the 2024 general election on November 5, early voting starts October 21. 
Registration Status
Check your voter registration status on the Secretary of the State's site.
Register to Vote
Register to vote on the Secretary of the State's site.
Contact Registrar Janice Casey at 203-891-4715 or email with any voting questions.
Know Your District Number
You can determine your district number using the map below, or see list of street names by district. Your district number determines which State Representative serves you. 

Your 2024 Local Candidates - Election Day November 5

May 2024 Results

Town Budget Referendum

May 15 - budget passed. See what's included here. 

Amity BoE Budget Referendum

May 7 - Referendum passed in Orange, Bethany and Woodbridge. 

The ODTC endorsed the proposed budget for the school year 2024-25. We vote YES to show our educators we support and respect them!

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