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Letter from Sue W Larsen

As everyone is well aware, the Presidential Preference Primary is scheduled for June 2nd . Secretary
Merrill, Anna Posniak (CTCA) and I have been in contact with each other on a regular basis. These
discussions have been opening up a new level of cooperation which in the long run will lead to a
healthier democratic process.

In the meantime, changes are continuing to happen on a daily basis. The County Chairs are being madeaware of any changes concerning the primary. They will continue to share it with all of you.

Take the next couple of weeks to take care of yourselves and your family. We need you healthy because May will be a busy month. Stay in contact with your local leaders. Work out a plan for you to do voter registration. I have to believe the numbers are lower due to DMV being closed to the public.

The bottom line is that we will get the job done because that is who we are. I am asking all of you to stay healthy first. Do the things that have to be done and set up a May calendar for yourselves. The ROVAC Board will send out a sample for you shortly. Plan, but realize that changes are coming. Frustration will not change the situation. Ideas will.

Sue W Larsen

2020 Spring Conference - CANCELLED, check ROVAC portal for more information.

2019 Certified Registrars (External Link)

Demo and Q&A regarding DMV registration through CVRS - YouTube Link

  • The Registrars of Voters Association of Connecticut 
    (ROVAC) is committed to:

    • Providing and managing free, impartial and democratic elections

    • Establishing and administering voter registration enrollment procedures

    • Maintaining and managing accurate voter registration records.

  • ROVAC must create an environment for Election Administrators where ongoing training will lead to certification

  • ROVAC must promote the creation of a professional body of trained and properly compensated election officials. 

  • ROVAC must increase the visibility and promote the usefulness of our organization to state and local officials, as well as to the communities in which we serve.