The State Elections Enforcement Commission has launched a primary day hotline to respond to any voter problems at the polls. The SEEC will have the phones fully staffed to answer questions, advise on complaint procedures and, if appropriate, request the assistance of state criminal or federal law enforcement authorities. The public can access the hotline by dialing 866-SEEC-INFO or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The hotline and email address will be monitored throughout the day by SEEC and the Secretary of the State’s office.
Concerns may be reported anonymously, however, it is requested that callers identify the town and polling place where problems occurred in addition to as many details as possible.
There is no same day registration for primaries in Connecticut. Polls are open from 6 am to 8 pm tomorrow.
Northern Fairfield County Probate Court Judge Joseph Egan is leaving office in October when he reaches the mandated retirement age of 70. Republicans in Bethel, Newtown, Redding and Ridgefield are choosing a candidate. Daniel O'Grady and Patrick Walsh are on the ballot.