There is a push under way to have Connecticut become the next state to eliminate restrictions on early voting and to make it easier for voters to access and use absentee ballots.
Nearly 2.1 million people are registered to vote, with more than 100,000 citizens becoming new voters since early September.
On Tuesday, November 6, American citizens will pick their president, but how and where many will do that is in question following superstorm Sandy.
The storm, which devastated communities with power outages and flooding had already disrupted early voting in parts of New Jersey.
Gov. Dan Malloy says four Connecticut counties that include the state’s battered shoreline have been declared disaster areas by the federal government.
About 90,000 new voters have added their names to the rolls in Connecticut for this year. But will they show up?
Well, it’s on to November in Connecticut, with Republican Linda McMahon hoping the second time’s the charm in her quest to win a U.S. Senate seat.
A former police chief toppled the incumbent Waterbury mayor Tuesday night in one of Connecticut’s most closely watched elections.
Voting officials will audit the polling station at a Bridgeport school where more than a dozen University of Bridgeport students were turned away on primary day last month.
Mayor Bill Finch is challenged by Mary-Jane Foster, a co-founder of the Bridgeport Bluefish baseball team and a vice president of the University of Bridgeport.
Connecticut’s new Secretary of the State Denise Merrill says about 300 companies have dodged the requirement to register with her office.