Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that could eventually allow people to vote in elections by absentee ballot, without having to provide an excuse, such as of being out of town on Election Day.
Voters in 164 cities and towns are heading to polls to cast ballots for local candidates, including mayor and first selectman.
Ten Connecticut cities and towns hit hard by the recent autumn nor’easter are moving and consolidating their polling places for Tuesday’s municipal elections.
Voters in Bridgeport are getting more time to go to the polls. . . Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz says there were not enough ballots for the number of people who showed up in […]
Some of the candidates got out to vote this morning. Did you??
Images from election day 2010 in Connecticut.
Absentee ballots for the November 2 election are available to Connecticut residents serving in the military. Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz and National Guard Adjutant General, Major Genmeral Thad Martin say they want to […]