Officials prepare for Tuesday's election

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Election officials are getting the polls ready for when voters arrive Tuesday.

Norwalk election officials say those who still need to register to vote in the city's election should go to the Norwalk Registrar of Voters, which has same-day registration.

They are expecting about 15,000 voters to head to the polls this year.

Officials Stuart Wells and Karen Doyle Lyons say all of the voting equipment has been locked up, secured and sent to the polling places.

Registrars say from new measures to help disabled voters to stronger enforcement of the rule against campaigning within 75 feet of polling centers, they're working to make sure every citizen has a voice on Election Day.

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