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Early Voting Won’t Be Implemented in Connecticut Until 2024

Voting sign outside Conard High School. Nov. 8, 2022. Photo credit: Ronni Newton (we-ha.com file photo)

Lawmaker expect to approve a proposal that will provide 14 days of early voting for regular elections and four days for special elections and the presidential preference primary, but due to timing it won’t be implemented until 2024.

By Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Though Connecticut lawmakers plan to pass an early voting policy in the next several weeks, that action will not leave enough time to implement additional voting days ahead of this year’s election, Secretary of the State Stephanie Thomas said Wednesday.

Thomas, the state’s top election official, said the legislature’s expected vote, sometime after May 1, comes too late for a state vendor to make necessary updates to voting infrastructure including the Centralized Voter Registration System.

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