There are four voting districts in the Town of Monroe.
Fawn Hollow Elementary School
345 Fan Hill Road
Stepney Elementary School
180 Old Newtown Road
Monroe Elementary School
375 Monroe Turnpike
Masuk High School
1014 Monroe Turnpike
Click here for district street list. Please check carefully; some streets are divided among two or more districts and you need to check your house number as well as the street name. Your polling district is the number on the far right of the page.
U. S. Congressional Representatives: Connecticut's United States Senators are Richard Blumenthal (D) and Christopher Murphy (D). They represent all four Monroe voting districts.
Richard Blumenthal is the senior United States Senator from Connecticut and a member of the Democratic Party. Previously, he served as Attorney General of Connecticut.
Christopher Scott "Chris" Murphy is the junior United States Senator from Connecticut and a member of the Democratic Party.
Monroe is located in the 4th U. S. Congressional District and our Representative is Jim Himes (D). He represents all of Monroe's residents in all four voting districts.
James A. "Jim" Himes is an American businessman and U.S. Representative for Connecticut's 4th congressional district, serving since 2009. He is a member of the Democratic Party.
Connecticut State Assembly:
Monroe is in two state senate districts.
Kevin Kelly (R) represents the 21st Connecticut Senate district. This includes Monroe voting districts 1 (Fawn Hollow School) and 4 (Masuk High School).
Marilyn Moore (D) represents the 22nd Connecticut Senate district. This includes Monroe voting districts 2 (Stepney Elementary School) and 3 (Monroe Elementary School).
Monroe is in the 112th State Representative district and our State Representative is Tony Scott (R). He represents residents in all four Monroe voting districts.