Greater New Haven VOTE 2018

Greater New Haven Vote 2018 is increasing the engagement and registration of historically disenfranchised community members.

Greater New Haven VOTE 2018 is a nonpartisan effort with The Community Foundation and more than a dozen community partners.

Empowering New Voters in Greater New Haven

Greater New Haven VOTE 2018 is registering new voters and empowering them with information about key local issues:

  • Education
  • Immigration
  • Healthcare
  • Criminal Justice - Reentry and Second Chance
  • Affordable Housing

Take the Pledge


Contact Greater New Haven Vote to be matched with a nonprofit partner for an opportunity to volunteer.



Wednesday, July 25. Albertus Magnus College, Tagliatela Center, 305 Huntington St, New Haven, CT.

Moderated Forum with Candidates for Governor, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Meet and Greet with Candidates for Lieutenant Governor, 8 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Moderators: Paul Bass (New Haven Independent), Rev. Bonita Grubbs (Christian Community Action), Rev. Abraham Hernandez (National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference)

Primary Election

Tuesday, August 14

National Voter Registration Day

Tuesday, Sept. 25

General Election

Tuesday, Nov. 6

Voting Resources:

Register to vote

Find your voting location

Absentee ballot form and voter bill of rights

How to vote if you are a student, homeless, or formerly incarcerated

GNH Vote 2018 Voter Candidate Guide (English) | GNH Vote 2018 Voter Candidate Guide (en espanol)

Greater New Haven VOTE 2018 is nonpartisan collaborative effort that targets young people, voters of color, Spanish-dominant people and others who have historically experienced obstacles to voting.

Our community partners are: Albertus Magnus College, Catholic Charities / Centro San Jose, the Community Fund for Women & Girls, CT Students for a Dream (C4D), CT Voices for Children, Fair Haven Community Health Care, Greater New Haven Clergy Association, Greater New Haven NAACP, Junta for Progressive Action, Mothers and Others for Justice, National Association of Latino Elected Officials, the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, New Elm City Dream/New Haven People's Center, New Haven Healthy Start, New Haven Promise, the Progreso Latino Fund, Project Fresh Start, Protect Our Care CT, and Theta Epsilon Omega "AKA" Sorority.

With support from Kenneth Reveiz of LEVANTATE LLC