Voters will have to answer a question on Election Day

The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 4.

HARTFORD, Conn. – Connecticut citizens will have a chance to vote for something other than a politician in the upcoming November election: a constitutional amendment.

The amendment concerns restrictions to absentee voting in the state constitution. Currently, Connecticut only allows for absentee voting in cases where the voter is sick on Election Day, outside of the district, serving in the military, or has religious obligations.

The amendment, the text of which can be found here, would strike this specification from the state constitution and add a provision saying people are allowed to vote without appearing at a polling place on Election Day.

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2 responses to “Voters will have to answer a question on Election Day”

  1. EveT

    Connecticut’s restrictions on absentee voting are excessive. Let’s pass this amendment.

  2. One and Done

    You’d think the folks pushing this garbage would be happy with their Democratic super majorities. What’s the goal, turn us into Albania where the winners usually get over 99% of the vote? This would just be a tremendous waste of cash for the few slackers who can’t get off their butts and vote like the rest of us.

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