Absentee ballots available in Stonington for Aug. 14 primary
Stonington — Absentee ballots are now available for the Democratic and Republican primaries on Aug. 14.
In order to vote in the primaries, a voter must be affiliated with a party. Anyone who is ill/disabled or expects to be out of town may request to have an absentee ballot application sent to him or her. Applications are available in the town clerk’s office and can be picked up in person, requested by phone or downloaded from www.stonington-ct.gov/clerk. The last day to register with a party is noon on Aug. 13 in order to vote in the primaries. The deadline for switching from one party to the other has passed.
Anyone with questions about absentee ballots can call the town clerk’s office at (860) 535-5060.
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