HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Connecticut voters can go online and view the ballots for every city and town holding municipal elections on November 5.
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill is urging the more than 2 million registered voters to familiarize themselves with the ballots before heading to the polls. They can be found online by clicking on each city or town.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the majority of Connecticut municipalities. Voters can visit the Secretary of the State website to also check their registration status and find their polling place.
Eligible voters have until Oct. 29 to register in person.
Bethel has a three-way race for the town's top spot.
Ballots are available for Brookfield.
Danbury's ballot is several pages because they are different for each ward.
New Fairfield has a contested race for First Selectman.
New Milford Mayor Pat Murphy is running unopposed, but other positions have candidates for both parties.
Newtown has sent in sample ballots.
The Redding First Selectman post is an open race because of the retirement of Natalie Ketcham.
In Ridgefield, the First Selectman post is a four-year position, but other races are up for election.