Election Day In Milford: When, Where To Vote

Brian McCready
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MILFORD, CT — Milford residents will head to the polls from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3 to vote in several key races including selecting a president and local representatives in the State Legislature and U.S. Congress.

Nearly 500,000 absentee ballots have already been cast in Connecticut due to the ongoing effect of the coronavirus pandemic.

If you still have your absentee ballot it must be hand-delivered to the town clerk’s office or placed in the drop-off box. Ballots must be received by the close of polls in order to count. Polls close at 8 p.m. Tuesday. (Sign up for free Patch real-time election results).

If you haven’t voted by mail and are heading to the polls Tuesday here is what you need to know.

Voting on Election Day

Polls in Connecticut are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day. You can use the Secretary of State’s website to find your polling place.

Connecticut also allows for Election Day registration at designated centers in each town. People must be registered by 8 p.m. in order to vote using Election Day registration.

The following are the key contested races that will be on the ballot for Milford voters:

President/Vice President

Joe Biden/Kamala Harris (Democrat)

Donald Trump/Mike Pence (Republican) - Incumbent

Jo Jorgensen and Chip Cohen (Libertarian)

Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker (Green Party)

U.S. Congress

U.S. House District 3

Rosa DeLauro (Democrat) - Incumbent

Margaret Streicker (Republican)

Justin C. Paglino (Green Party)

Local State Senate Race

14th Senatorial District

James Maroney (Democrat) - Incumbent

Mike Southworth (Republican)

Local State Representative Races

117th House District

Charles Ferraro (Republican) - Incumbent

Tony Sutton (Democrat)

118th House District

Frank Smith (Democrat)

Erick A. Smith (Republican)

119th House District

Bryan Anderson (Democrat)

Kathy Kennedy (Republican) - Incumbent

Registrar of Voters

Kerri Rowland (Democrat)

Debra Fellenbaum (Republican)

This article originally appeared on the Milford Patch