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Registrar of Voters

Welcome to the ROV Certification Program! 

On January 1, 2016, under CT State Statute A 15-224, a certification program for Registrar of Voters was established. The Secretary of the State, ROVAC and UConn CITI worked to develop an 8 section training program with final exam to gain initial certification.

Registrars have 2 years to complete the 8 educational sections, corresponding quiz, and final exam. The short Quiz after each section requires a score of 80% or higher. The Final Exam requires a score of 70% or higher.

Effective 7/1/2016, Registrars must start the program with SECTION 1 and end with SECTION 8. All other courses (Section 2 through Section 7) can be taken in any order.

Registrar’s Code of Conduct 

All CITI clients and visitors must adhere to the Student Code of Conduct

Section Topic Areas (Click on the section number to open the section Course Materials)

Section 1: Election Administration, Laws and Regulations -3 Hours
Section 2: Voter Registration, Maintaining Voter List & Service to Voters - 4 Hours
Section 3: Registrar’s Office Management - 2 Hours
Section 4: Preparing for Elections, Primaries, Referenda and EDR - 4 Hours
Section 5: Conducting Elections, Primaries, Referenda, and EDR - 3 Hours
Section 6: Absentee Voting & Supervised Absentee Voting - 2 Hours
Section 7: Post-Election Audits & Recanvasses - 4 Hours
Section 8: Petitions - 3 Hours

Total Hours: 25

Please click here to view the Certification Exam dates.

 

 

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