Quantcast
Elections Government

Connecticut Secretary of the State Advocates for 10 Days of Early Voting

Secretary of the State Stephanie Thomas addresses lawmakers on the opening day of the 2023 legislative session. Photo credit: Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie

The recommendations were submitted to the legislature along with a third-party study that reviewed multiple models for early voting.

By Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Secretary of the State Stephanie Thomas recommended Thursday that the legislature adopt an early voting policy by the end of March that includes a 10-day window for casting ballots and adequate funding for municipalities to implement the policy by November.

Connecticut voters approved a constitutional amendment last year removing a barrier that had prevented lawmakers from approving an early in-person voting program. Currently, the state is one of just four with no option to visit a polling place ahead of Election Day.

Click here to read the rest of the article on CTNewsJunkie.com.

Like what you see here? Click here to subscribe to We-Ha’s newsletter so you’ll always be in the know about what’s happening in West Hartford! Click the blue button below to become a supporter of We-Ha.com and our efforts to continue producing quality journalism.

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

About the author

We-Ha

We-Ha.com is the place to go for the latest information about West Hartford – a town that "has it all"! We-Ha.com is part of and proud of our community, and we bring a hyperlocal focus to news and features about the people, schools, businesses, real estate, sports, restaurants, charitable events, arts, and more. Contact us at: [email protected] or [email protected]

Leave a Comment

Translate »