This year Election Day is on Tuesday, November 8 and it is considered a midterm election year, that is a general election that is held near the midpoint of a president’s four-year term of office.
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Use the state’s voter portal to find out if you are registered and, if so, the location of your assigned polling place.
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Voter Registration Information – including:
Where and how do I vote – including:
- Voter Registration Lookup and Polling Place Locator
- Absentee Voting Information
- Voter ID Requirements
- Election FAQs
What’s on the ballot?
- S. Senate: one seat; incumbent Richard Blumenthal (D), Leora Levy (R)
- S. House: all 5 seats
- State Senate: all 36
- State House: all 151
- Governor: incumbent Ned Lamont (D), Bob Stefanowski (R)
- Lieutenant governor, attorney general, secretary of the state, comptroller and treasurer
- The Connecticut Allow for Early Voting Amendment, which would introduce the option of early in-person voting in future elections
- State Election Town Ballots
Further election information:
Connecticut Voter Guide for November 2022 Election
Vote 411 – Prepare for the upcoming election with information on local candidates, sample ballots, election details, and much more!
CT Debate Series- Connecticut Votes 2022
Democratic Candidates for Office in CT
Republican Candidates for Office in CT