Voter Registry Privacy Program

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Connecticut has a Voter Registry Privacy Program (VRPP) which serves to protect individuals and families who fear for their life or safety by restricting the disclosure of their name and address from the official voter registry of Connecticut. The program does not prevent disclosure of any other public records such as land records, vital records or DMV records.

The VRPP is open to any individual who swears under penalty of false statement that disclosure of their residential address on the official registry list endangers their safety. The application form is available online at Clear instructions are included on the form.

The VRPP is very different than the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) which is designed to protect a victim of family violence, injury, or risk of injury to a child, sexual assault or stalking who has permanently and confidentially moved away from their abuser. More information on ACP can be found online at

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