Registrars of Voters

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GMHS senior registration drive

The registrars were pleased by student participation in the high school spring registration drive at Granby Memorial High School on April 4. Registrars received 89 new registrations—79 from in-town and 10 from out-of-town students. Twenty-three students chose to register as Republicans, 25 students as Democrats, one student as an Independent and the remaining 40 students chose to be unaffiliated with any party.

Poll workers needed

The Registrar’s office keeps an email list of poll workers. Poll workers can be volunteers or paid, must be at least 16 years old and may choose a shift to fit their schedules. For more information, or to be added to the list, please email the registrars at

The next poll worker training will be scheduled in June or July if there is an Aug. 14 primary, or in October for the Nov. 6 election. Poll worker training is required to serve.

Moderator training

The registrars are hosting a Moderator Training/Certification class at Granby Town Hall. Participants selected by the registrars who successfully complete the class will become certified or recertified to perform this vital Election Day role.

Are you registered? Voter registration is a public record and it’s easy to confirm your voter registration by going to the state’s website or visiting the registrars at the town hall every Wednesday during regular office hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Voter registration forms are available at town halls, libraries, DMV offices and online at the Secretary of State’s website,

Questions? Please feel free to contact Laura Wolfe and Paul Willis. The office phone number/voice mail is 860-844-5322 and the email address is