Your Voice Matters!
Being a voter on November 8 is about more than just national politics - it's about defending reproductive freedom, protecting our strong gun laws, and building a more vibrant Middletown.
Not registered to vote in Middletown?
If you are not registered to vote at all or registered to vote in your hometown but have NOT voted there, you can register ON ELECTION DAY.
Connecticut offers Election Day Registration (EDR).
In Middletown, you can register and vote in person on Election Day at City Hall.
There will be van rides leaving from Usdan University Center
Already registered to vote in Middletown?
If you chose to register before election day and vote in Middletown, most (but not all) Wesleyan Students will vote at Middletown’s Voting District 14 located within Beckham Hall in Fayerweather at 55 Wyllys Avenue. Voting hours are 6am - 8pm
VOTER ID & REQUIREMENTS
Drivers' license, WesID, utility bill, paycheck or other ID needed (Identification Requirements)
Address Verification: Wesleyan students need to present a voter verification letter to election officials on Election Day. This letter confirms your physical campus address. You may display a print or electronic copy of this letter.
Your letter is available via WesPortal>My Information>Voter Verification Letter.