Every Connecticut voter can get an absentee ballot again, due to the pandemic.
Denise Merrill’s departure creates the first open race for statewide office in 2022.
Rob Sampson said a voter in his district was told an absentee ballot already had been cast in her name.
Connecticut cast its seven Electoral College votes for President-elect Joe Biden, normally a perfunctory postscript to a presidential election.
As this one slowly wraps up, there’s a push to make the next election different for Connecticut voters.
Long lines reported early; absentee ballots contribute to heavy turnout
Merrill says Connecticut’s voting system is hack-proof, but state voters are vulnerable to foreign disinformation campaigns.
Attorney General William Tong is considering a lawsuit and Sen. Richard Blumenthal presses for more funding for the postal service.
The polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday for a primary complicated by a pandemic, a power outage and Connecticut’s first broad use of absentee ballots.
Sen. Marilyn Moore is one of 1,100 Democrats in her district still awaiting an absentee ballot. She is not happy.
The Connecticut Senate voted overwhelmingly Tuesday for final passage of legislation allowing no-excuse absentee ballot voting
In dismissing the case, Robinson agreed with the state that the Supreme Court did not have jurisdiction over the issue.
About 100,000 absentee ballot applications mailed to voters have been returned as undeliverable, adding fuel to a national partisan battle.
Every voter will get an absentee ballot application in the mail. State law bars most from using them.
Fairfield, Hartford, and New Haven counties are now all seeing a downward trend in hospitalizations.