Like many other pieces of lives and our society in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has again changed traditional norms – this time it is how we vote for our local, state and national elected officials.
Due to the pandemic, many people across the nation have chosen to make their voice hear by absentee ballot or by voting early. For those of you who have not voted yet, please take the time to vote on Tuesday for the candidate of your choice.
The right and opportunity to vote is a privilege that many people across the world don’t enjoy. This is our chance to choose leaders and representatives that will work for all people across our great nation.
In Connecticut, the polls close at 8 p.m. Connecticut residents with absentee ballots must deliver them to your local town clerk by 8 p.m. on Tuesday to be counted.
Voters in other states should check with your respective Secretary of State office for the voting rules in your state. There are different rules for voting in different states.
- Free and fair elections are at the core of a healthy democracy.
- Voting is an important expression of your rights as a citizen.