Tuesday is Election Day. Here's all you need to know to vote in Connecticut

Tomorrow is Election Day. And there are several ways to vote in the dozens of races taking place across the state.

News 12 Staff

Nov 1, 2021, 11:20 AM

Updated 984 days ago

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Tomorrow is Election Day. And there are several ways to vote in the dozens of races taking place across the state.
Voters can head to the polls, but because of COVID-19, everyone who's eligible to vote still has the option of voting by absentee ballot.
If you've requested an absentee ballot, and you still haven't mailed it back yet, your best bet is to drop it off at your city or town's official ballot drop box.
Those are typically located at your city or town hall. You have until the close of the polls at 8 p.m. tomorrow to put it in the box.
If you're heading to the polls, but are still not registered to vote, Connecticut offers Election Day registration - so you can get registered tomorrow. Each municipality has a designated location to do so.
You can find that location on the state's website, here.
If you'd like to see the list of races in your town - click here for sample ballots.


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