OPA: Filing an Election Complaint

Filing an Election Complaint

Any individual may file a complaint and request an investigation into any alleged violation of State election laws. 

Election Law Violations on Election Day:

If an issue arises on Election Day, you can contact the Office of the Secretary of the State or the Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities for assistance in resolving your issue so that you can vote!  The contact information for each agency is below:

The Office of the Secretary of the State, Elections Division; ask to speak with an elections officer:

860-509-6100 (voice)

860-509-6191(TTY)

1-800-540-3764 (toll-free)

860-509-6127 (fax)

 

The Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities; ask to speak with a voting advocate:

860-297-4300 (voice)

860-297-4380 (TTY)

1-800-842-7303 (toll-free voice and TTY)

860-566-8714 (fax)

 

Election Law Violations Before and After the Election

If you experienced election law violations before or after Election Day, of if your Election Day Complaint was not resolved, you can file a complaint with the State Elections Enforcement Commission.   The following link will explain the complaint process and provide you with the necessary forms.

http://www.ct.gov/seec/lib/seec/ComplaintFormFilable.pdf 

You may also contact the State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC) and speak to a staff member about filing a complaint.  The SEEC can be reached at:

(860) 256-2940 (voice)

(1-866-733-2463) (toll-free)

(860) 256-2981 (fax)

 

If you need assistance in filing an Election Enforcement Complaint, contact the Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities.  You can reach the voting advocate at:   

860-297-4300 (voice)

860-297-4380 (TTY)

1-800-842-7303 (toll-free voice and TTY)

860-566-8714 (fax)

 

 



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