seec: Election Day Hotline

Primaries Tuesday, September 10, 2013 

SOTS Press Release

Merrill: Municipal Primaries Taking Place in 21 Connecticut Communities Tuesday September 10th

 
 TOWN PARTY  OFFICE 
 Bethel  R   First Selectman, Selectman, Police Commission
 Bozrah 
 D 
 Town Clerk  
 Bridgeport  D 
 Common Council Districts 132-1, 132-2, 135-1, 135-2, 135-3, 136-1,
136-2, 136-3, 137-1, 137-2, Board of Education
 Cromwell   R   Town Council
 East Haven  D  Mayor, Town Council Districts 1-5, Board of Education, Board of Finance
 Enfield   R   Councilman at Large
 Haddam 
 R    D  Town Clerk
 Killingworth  R  First Selectman, Selectman, Town Clerk, Town Treasurer, Board of Finance, Board of Assessment Appeals, P&Z Commission, ZBA, Fire Commission, Reg. Board of Education-2yr. Vacancy
 Lisbon  R  Board of Education
 Middletown  D  P&Z Commission
 Milford  D  Board of Education
 New Haven  D  Mayor, City Clerk, Alderman Districts 2, 4, 7, 8, 11, 14, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27
 North Haven  D  Selectman
 Norwalk  D  Mayor
 Norwich  D  Mayor
 Sherman  D  Selectman
 South Windsor  R  Town Council
 Stratford  D  Mayor, Council 3
 Stamford
 D
 Mayor, Board of Representatives Districts 6, 13
 Stamford  R  Board of Representative Districts 13, 18
 Torrington  D  Mayor
 West Haven  D  Mayor, Treasurer, Tax Collector, Board of Education, Board of Assessment Appeals, Council at Large, Council Districts 1-10
 Woodbury  R  First Selectman

Check Voter Registration Status and Where Do I Vote
Polls will be open from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM for the election on September 10, 2013. 

The State Elections Enforcement Commission is working in conjunction with the Secretary of the State's Office to ensure that voters have quick and easy access to election and voter registration information.   

Elections Officials and members of the public are encouraged to call our Election Day Hotline at 
1-866-733-2463 (1-866-SEEC-INFO) with questions or to report any problems at their polling place.  Staff will be available by phone and by email elections@ct.gov from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM. 

Additional Resources:

The Legislation and Elections Administration Division (LEAD) administers, interprets and implements all state and federal laws pertaining to elections, primaries, nominating procedures, and the acquisition and exercise of voting rights. The Division encourages and monitors the implementation of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), the National Voter Registration Act and other voter registration efforts in Connecticut. 

 

 

Vote-Ez-CT will show you how to use Connecticut’s optical scan or vote-by-phone technology at the polls.  Voter registration cards and key information about upcoming registration deadlines may also be found on this site.


 

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