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Vote TODAY 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The election is Nov. 6.

The League of Women Voters has a few Election Day reminders for you. And…DON’T FORGET TO VOTE ON TUESDAY!

  1. Election Day registration information (see below)
  2. Information from the League on the two ballot questions is presented in this letter. 
  3. Sample ballots are available at: http://www.norwalkct.org/DocumentCenter/View/13813/Sample-Ballots-for-the-2018-State-Election
  4. Don’t know where to vote?  Find your polling place here: http://my.norwalkct.org/evoterpoll/  If you have other questions, you can reach the Norwalk Registrars of Voters here: http://www.norwalkct.org/339/Registrar-of-Voters-Elections-Administra
  5. League of Women Voters Guide for local and state races is available at: https://my.lwv.org/connecticut/lwv-norwalk
  6. Election Day Food Drive-please bring non-perishables with you when you vote!  Donations will be taken to St. Vincent De Paul food pantry.  Again, thank you to Diane Cece and her wonderful crew for organizing this.
  7. And finally!  Join Nancy on Norwalk for a Post Election Pizza and conversation at Fat Cat Pizza, 9-11 Wall St., Thursday, Nov. 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Missed the registration deadline? Connecticut lets you vote on election day!

Connecticut is one of a handful of states that has Election Day Registration (EDR), which lets eligible voters register and vote on Election Day. You can go to Norwalk City Hall between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., to register and vote in the Community Room. You must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years old, and will need to bring your Social Security Card, Connecticut license or birth certificate as proof of identity,  as well as proof of Connecticut residency (if your current address is not printed on your Connecticut license, a piece of recent mail from a public utility or a bank statement with your name and address printed on it). And please be patient, to protect the integrity of the election, EDR does takes additional time.

Make your vote count, don’t forget to TURN OUT. Only 36% of eligible voters cast a ballot in the last mid-term elections (2014), the lowest turnout since 1942.

 See you on November 6th!

 For more information about voting and the two important questions on the ballot visit: www.lwvct.org

League of Women Voters of Norwalk Voter Service Committee

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