NAHIPSW Voter Registration


The Humphreys Institute believes that social workers and nonprofit agencies play an important role in civic engagement and voter mobilization. Social workers often work with the communities that are most underrepresented, including young people, minority and low-income populations.

We encourage all nonprofit agencies to actively support nonpartisan voter registration, education and outreach. When people vote, there are benefits to themselves and their communities, including higher levels of civic participation, stronger connections within communities and better outcomes for the individual voters themselves, including in areas like health and well-being. Voting is basic expression of power and an overlooked human right.

Each year, the Institute hosts a school-wide voter registration drive and provides the education and tools for each MSW student to register voters at the agencies at which they are placed.

Please contact the Humphreys Institute if you have questions regarding voter registration (860-570-9262, politicalinstitute@uconn.edu).

Register On-line in Connecticut

Voter Registration Tools

501(c)(3) Permissible Activities Checklist
Planning a Voter Registration Drive
Connecticut’s Secretary of State Voter Lookup Tool
Connecticut’s Find your Polling Place Tool
How to Fill Out Voter Registration Form
Restoration of Voting Rights for Persons with Felony Convictions
Frequently Asked Questions for Voters

Voter Registration Forms

Connecticut
Massachusetts

Additional Resources and Information

Nonprofit Vote
Rock the Vote
Project Vote Smart
Declare Yourself!
CT Secretary of the State
Human Rights Campaign
USA.gov
Election Assistance Commission
Federal Election Commission