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Dear Clinton Residents:

In case you didn’t hear, this year the state institutes Early Voting. This is new to all of us, so we wanted to share some helpful information with you so you are informed.

History: Last June Governor Ned Lamont signed legislation into law creating a system of early voting for general elections, special elections, and primaries in Connecticut. The legislation, Public Act 23-5, requires 14 days of early voting for general elections, 7 days of early voting for most primaries, and 4 days of early voting for special elections and presidential preference primaries.

What you need to know:

    • You can now cast your vote in person prior to Election Day for the April Presidential Preference Primary, the August State Primary, and the November General Election.
    • To participate in early voting, go to Clinton Town Hall 54 E Main St, Clinton, CT 06413, check in, present the Register with your valid ID as usual, and they will confirm your registration and check you off the voter listing.
    • You are presented with a ballot to complete, and then you will place it in an envelope. The sealed envelope is then dropped into a locked ballot box. Your ballot is processed (run through the tabulator) on Election Day along with all the same day voting, and absentee ballots.
  • The new scheduled hours to vote at our polling station are listed on the other side. Please feel free to call us at: (860)669-6436. We will do our best to assist you with any questions you have or direct you to the appropriate resource. We are here to help. We thank you for your support and your commitment to our democracy by getting out and voting during this year’s election season.
 
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EVERY VOTE COUNTS!

Warmest Regards, Your Clinton Republican Town Committee

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