New London Man Votes As He Waits For An AmbulanceNEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) - An injured New London man has been able to vote, thanks to local poll workers who brought him a ballot as he waited for an ambulance. The man tripped and fell as he walked into the polling place Tuesday at Nathan Hale Arts Magnet School. Martha Marx, a city councilor and visiting nurse, told The Day of New London ( ) "there was blood everywhere."
State House Approves Budget8 Democrats joined Republicans opposition
House Expected To Hold Budget Vote Today Connecticut lawmakers are expected to vote on the latest version of a two-year Democratic budget proposal that received some last-minute changes after several major employers publicly balked at the tax increases.
Judge Blocks Hartford City Council From Removing Registrars Of Voters A judge has halted the Hartford City Council's efforts to remove the city's registrars of voters after polling place problems during November's election.
Light Primary Turnout Reported State and local elections officials are reporting light turnout for Connecticut's primary, where Republicans are choosing their gubernatorial nominee and voters from both major parties are picking their candidates for state legislative races.
Elections Commission Refers State Rep's Case To ProsecutorsThe Connecticut Elections Enforcement Commission is referring a case involving whether state Rep. Christine Ayala fraudulently voted to the Chief State's Attorney's office for a criminal investigation
Town Voters Accept $50M For New Sandy Hook School Newtown voters have accepted a $50 million grant from the state of Connecticut to build a new Sandy Hook Elementary School, the site of last year's school massacre.
Should School Officials Be Able To Use Notification Systems To Remind Parents To Vote? Stonington officials have joined local education officials urging repeal of a state law forbidding school officials from using their notification system to remind parents to vote in budget referendums.

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