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november 07, 2023 municipal election results
October 02, 2023 referendum results

2023 sample ballot for November 7, 2023 local election

November 7, 2023 Municipal Election
The Electors of the Town of Plainfield are hereby warned to meet at their respective polling places in said town on Tuesday, November 7, 2023, for the following purposes:
To cast their votes for First Selectman, Selectman, Town Clerk (To Fill a Vacancy Two Years), Board of Finance, Board of Finance Alternate, Board of Education, Board of Assessment Appeals, Planning and Zoning, Planning and Zoning (To Fill a Vacancy for Two Years), Planning and Zoning Alternate (Full Term), Planning and Zoning Alternate (Fill Vacancy Two Years), Zoning Board of Appeals, Zoning Board of Appeals (Fill Vacancy Two Years), Police Commission.
Notice is hereby given that the location of the polling places is as follows:
Voting District                                Location of Polling Place
001-47 and 002-44                        Town Hall 8 Community Ave. Plainfield
003-44                                            Moosup Fire House 37 S. Main St. Moosup
Election Day Registration              Town Hall 8 Community Ave. Plainfield
Voting tabulators will be used. Absentee ballots will be counted at the polling places.  The polls will be opened at six o'clock in the morning (6:00 a.m.) and will remain open until eight o'clock in the evening (8:00 p.m.).

Dated at Plainfield, Connecticut, this 23rd day of October, 2023

Dianne S. Talbot, Town Clerk
Town of Plainfield

For a brief understanding of early voting in Connecticut, see this overview


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The Registrar of Voters Office is a vital department to the function of the Town's government. The Office is governed by Connecticut General Statutes and financially supported by the Municipality. The Registrar of Voters has a wide variety of responsibilities for everything from preparing and certifying the official voting list, to ensuring we have fair, accurate and efficient elections.

Call for an appointment:
Roz Chviek - 860-334-4529
Sonia Chapman- 860-908-2193 

The Town of Plainfield has 4 villages and 3 polling districts that vote in 2 locations now!!

  • 2 districts (44th and 47th) vote in the village of Plainfield, located at the Plainfield Town Hall, in the Auditorium
  • Central Village Voters now vote at the Plainfield Town Hall!!
  • 1 district (44th) at the Moosup Village Fire Department
  • Wauregan Voters now vote at the Moosup Fire Department!!

District Map

The Town of Plainfield is currently represented by two State Representative Districts: the 44th and the 47th.  

At the present time Doug Dubitsky (R) represents the 47th District and Anne Dauphinais (R) represents the 44th.

Our State Senator is Heather Somers (R), 18th District

The Town is also represented by United States Congressman Joe Courtney (D), 2nd Congressional District and by United States Senator Richard Blumenthal (D) and Senator Chris Murphy (D).

Registrar Phone:

Democrat Registrar:
Roz Chviek
Republican Registrar:
Sonia C. Chapman

Absentee Voter Ballots are available until the day before every election during normal business hours. Please call 860-230-3009 if you have any questions.

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