Voting hours across the state are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Look up your eligibility at the secretary of the state's Voter Registration Lookup.
Call 1-866-733-2463 (1-866-SEEC-INFO) to report suspected violations. It will be staffed by the Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC) during polling hours on Election Day
Voters must have a copy of a valid ID that shows name and address.
A driver's license will work, but if a voter doesn't have a government-issued photo ID, then other forms of identification, such as a Social Security card, bank statement, utility bill or pay stub, are acceptable. See the complete list of acceptable forms of identification.
Election Day registration is only available at a designated location in each town, starting at 6 a.m.
Know your rights at your local polling location with Connecticut’s Voter's Bill of Rights.
The secretary of the state's website has sample copies of every ballot.
Yes, it's legal in Connecticut, as long as it is not disruptive.