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NOTE: Election results will be posted here as they come in after the polls close on Nov. 6.

Election results will be gathered from the Associated Press for statewide races and the Second Congressional District and from local party headquarters for state House and Senate Districts. All results are preliminary and unofficial until certified by the Connecticut Secretary of the State. Results will automatically update every few minutes.

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Groton Charter Revision

"Shall the Town of Groton Charter be amended and revised, all as set forth in the November 2017 final report of the 2016 Town of Groton Charter Revision Commission, and as on file with the Town Clerk?"

Town of Groton Charter Revision

Ledyard Charter Revision

"Shall the Town of Ledyard charter be revised as presented in the final report dated June 7, 2018?"

Town of Ledyard Charter Revision

Montville Road Improvements Bonds

"Shall the Town of Montville appropriate $10 million for road improvements and pavement projects and authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds and notes in the same amount to finance said appropriation?"

Town of Montville Road Bonds

Election News

Why some voters have not yet received absentee ballots

The Secretary of the State’s Office sent absentee ballots to all but 20,000 registered Democrats and Republicans ahead of the Aug. 11 primary election. It's up to town and city clerks to send...

Two Republicans face off in Aug. 11 primary to challenge Joe Courtney

Thomas Gilmer, a commercial roofer who is endorsed by the state GOP, and Justin Anderson, a lieutenant colonel in the Connecticut National Guard, are seeking the Republican nomination in the Aug. 11...

Candidate's daughter, a veteran of The Day, won a Pulitzer

Cate Steel, the Democratic candidate in the 37th House District, has been busy campaigning in the pandemic, with her grown children living at home.

Absentee voting expansion presents challenges for municipal governments

In response to the expansion of absentee voting provisions, municipal clerks in the region are dealing with an unprecedented amount of ballots and ballot applications this election cycle

Is postal service ready to handle increased mail ballots?

Like many other states across the country, Connecticut election officials are preparing for an influx of people voting by mail this fall due to discomfort about going to the polls in person during...

Montville primary for Republican registrar has become a contentious affair

Current registrar Dana McFee is facing challenger Jeff Rogers.

Groton City District 2 voting location changed to Zbierski House due to construction

The Registrars of Voters issued a notice for the August 11 primary that the Groton City District 2 voting place has changed to the Zbierski House at Eastern Point Beach.

Berger withdraws from Judge of Probate race

Attorney Matthew Berger has announced that he has withdrawn from the race for the Judge of Probate position covering Groton, Ledyard, North Stonington and Stonington.

Groton election materials will be in English and Spanish

The Groton registrars of voters issued a public service announcement that all election materials will be in English and Spanish.

State Senate passes bill expanding absentee voting provisions

The measure received bipartisan support from legislators, passing on a 35-1 vote, though Republicans argued the bill had holes in terms of election security, and some Democrats said it didn’t...