Voting Information


New to Brookfield? Need to Register to Vote? Registration is a simple process. Here’s information that will help you with the registration and voting process.

How to Register
You can register to vote by completing a Voter Registration form and submitting it to the Registrar of Voters at Town Hall. Proof of residence will be required. Forms are available at Town Hall, or can be downloaded from the Connecticut State website.

Registrar of Voters
Brookfield Town Hall
100 Pocono Road
Brookfield, CT  06804


Voting Locations

District 1   

St. Marguerite's Church
138 Candlewood Lake Rd
Brookfield, CT 06804


District 2  &  3

Brookfield High School
45 Longmeadow Hill Road
Brookfield, CT 06804

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Absentee Ballot - Brookfield

Absentee Ballot Applications

Who can download an application for absentee ballot?
An application for absentee ballot may be downloaded by an individual for:

  • The individual's own use
  • The use of a member of the individual's immediate family
  • The use of a designee of the applicant

Absentee Ballots Alternate MethodGet Absentee Ballot
If you will be out of town election day you can still participate. Obtain an Application for an Absentee Ballot by contacting the Registrar of Voters at Town Hall or downloading a form from the State Elections Commission website.

Connecticut Voter's Bill of Rights
Every registered voter in this state has the right to:

      (1) Inspect a sample ballot before voting;

      (2) Receive instructions concerning how to operate voting equipment, on sample voting equipment before voting;

      (3) Cast a ballot if the voter is in line when the polls are closing;

      (4) Ask for and receive assistance in voting, including assistance in languages other than English;

      (5) Vote free from coercion or intimidation by election officials or any other person;

      (6) Cast a ballot using voting equipment that accurately counts all votes;

      (7) Vote by provisional ballot if the individual registered to vote and the individual's name is not on the voter list;

      (8) Be informed of the process for restoring the individual's right to vote if the individual was incarcerated for a felony conviction; and

      (9) Vote independently and in privacy at a polling place, regardless of physical disability.

- CT Voter Rights Summary in English | In Spanish

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P.O. Box 5154
Brookfield, CT 06804-5154

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