Connecticut polls are open for the 2012 election from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM tomorrow. Voters in the state will be casting ballots deciding the next President of the United States, one of our two U.S. Senators, Representatives for our five Congressional Districts, along with state senators and assembly members, a number of other local offices, and on a variety of ballot measures at the town level.
For the more than 2.1 million Connecticut residents registered to vote, get a glimpse ahead of time on the full contents of the ballot you will encounter tomorrow through the Connecticut Secretary of the State (SOTS) website, selecting your town.
Tomorrow night, election results will be reported to the public through two systems of communication. First, through the SOTS Statement of Vote website, the public can access unofficial results as they are updated by the towns to the Department throughout the evening. In the coming weeks after the election, this site will also provide access to the official election results. A second reporting structure is also being partially implemented for this election, with plans for a wider implementation in future elections. The CT SOTS Election Night Reporting Election Center will provide unofficial results for Connecticut towns (that have elected to participate in this election) as the towns themselves report their districts’ results.
In two Connecticut voting districts, Bridgeport and New London, the Secretary of the State has announced that their polling places have changed due to the lingering flooding impact of Hurricane Sandy.
- In Bridgeport, Longfellow School voters will go to Aquaculture School, 60 St. Stephens Rd, Bridgeport, CT 06605
- In New London, Ocean Beach voters will go to Harbor School, 432 Montauk Ave, New London, CT 06320
For all other Connecticut voters, look up your registration status and polling location through the SOTS website here.