Registrars — March 2023

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ERIC Report Canvass of Voters

The second wave of annual canvass letters from out-of-state reports is being sent in February. This list compares our registry data with over 30 other participating states. If you receive an envelope with the bright red “DO NOT RISK YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE” with a response form and postage paid envelope, please check the appropriate boxes, personally sign, and date and return to Town Hall. Each year some voters will call Town Hall about this process, asking “Why did I get this?” There are five reasons: The post office reported that you moved within town. The post office or other state agency have reported that you moved out of town. You haven’t voted in any primary, referendum or election during the last four years (including two federal elections). The post office returned a mailing sent to you from the Registrars’ office as undeliverable. We received information from another state that flagged you as a potential duplicate voter.

Please note that only the addressed voter can fill out the form and sign. Family members and current residents can forward the mailing directly to the voter or send it back to the Post Office, who will return it to the Registrars. As of this writing only 81 replies have been returned and over 300 letters have been sent.

Please Attend the Public Annual Budget Hearing at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 10th  – Details TBA

All three town boards: education, finance and selectman will be doing a joint presentation of the budget as part of the annual public hearing to be held at 7 p.m. on April 10. Please check the town website in April for the details and a link.

By town charter we are scheduled for an in-person vote on Monday, April 24. This will be a machine vote on the proposed budget in the Town Hall Meeting Room in Granby’s Town Hall, 15 North Granby Road, and the polls will be open from 12 noon to 8 p.m..

Voter registration is a public record, and it is easy to confirm your voter registration. From the Town of Granby website there is a link to the Secretary of the State’s website’s online voter registration look-up tool: There is also a link to Online Voter Registration to enroll or to make name, party, or address changes to an existing voter registration:

Posted office hours for the Registrars’ office are Wednesdays from 9 am to 4 p.m. Paper voter registration forms are also available at any town hall, public library or DMV office and online at the Secretary of State’s website: