Secretary of the State presents recommendations on early voting

The Center for Election Innovation & Research, a third-party group, developed four early in-person voting policy models tailored to the state.

News 12 Staff

Jan 19, 2023, 11:00 PM

Updated 513 days ago

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Secretary of the State Stephanie Thomas presented the Connecticut General Assembly Thursday with a report studying early voting practices and recommendations for implementing the program in Connecticut.
The Center for Election Innovation & Research, a third-party group, developed four early in-person voting policy models tailored to the state. Each model advises the number of early voting days, hours, required locations and other elements.
The recommendations mandate that early voting would span 10 days, over the course of two weekends preceding Election Day. It would include weekday, early morning and evening hours.
In order to properly prepare for the November 2023 elections, Thomas requested the bill be passed no later than March, 31, 2023.


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