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Guilford Polling Places

Published October 30. 2013 4:00AM   Updated October 30. 2013 1:39PM

On Nov. 5, all five polling sites in town will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the 2013 municipal elections. Curbside voting for those unable to make it indoors will be available throughout. It is requested that those residents in need of this assistance call 203-453-8028 prior to leaving for their polling site so someone can be ready with a ballot to be brought out their cars. In addition, voters who have not registered as of Nov. 5 may do so on that day by going to the registrars' office at the Town Hall, where Election Day registration for new voters will be accepted. That office will also be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A sample of the ballot is shown above. For voters looking for final information before heading to the polls, the Courier has assembled an online voter guide at www.zip06.com/guilford that provides our previous coverage of the races. Additionally, we have invited all candidates* in contested races to provide biographical details and answer questions about the qualifications and goals to help voters make informed choices.

Polling Places

The polling sites for Guilford are as follows:

District 1:

Calvin Leetes School on Union Street

District 2:

Baldwin Middle School on Long Hill Road

District 3:

The Guilford Fire Headquarters on Church Street

District 4:

The Melissa Jones School on Ledge Hill

District 5:

Cox School on Three Mile Course.

For further information, visit www.ci.guilford.ct.us.

*If a candidate in a contested race has not yet been invited, it's because we have not yet received his or her email address. Interested candidates should send an email with subject line "Voter guide" to l.robida@shorepublishing.com; we will send out a form to get that candidate's info online ASAP.

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