Election day 2017: What's on the ballot in each CT town?

Casey Dawson
November 9, 2017

About 16.3 percent of the registered voters, about 12,663 persons, had already voted by about 3:20 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, according to Wyandotte County Election Commissioner Bruce Newby. "For this election, we're expecting to be right in that range". "This is one of those elections where turnout is usually down unless someone is really committed to a particular candidate".

The trial of election polls where you literally don't even need to leave your vehicle to participate in delicious compulsory democracy, will be offered at the November 25 election for those suffering from mobility limiting disabilities.

Meanwhile, judicial candidate Clyde Vedder, a partner and civil and criminal law litigator at Morris & Vedder, said he'd heard from voters that it was possible to vote twice for a candidate.

"Well, there's several of them", said JD Peter, a voter.

The information provided at the elections office, and information provided on door knockers remain a source of contact for you. Traffic has been slow, but steady.

"We're pretty happy with that", she said.

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Union County final results were not available.

"York County election officials have kept us informed throughout the day", Torres said.

The county said the issue impacted candidates who appear twice in a single race where more than one candidate is elected. Another race that attracted voter interest, Katherman indicated, was the Lewisburg School Board.

Voter turnout in local election years is lower than turnout during the presidential election and midterm election years.

The normal high is 55 degrees at this time of year, Travis said. "The Friday night football games will be played in the teens", Travis said.

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