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List of 23 towns with primary elections Wednesday

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HARTFORD — Polls are open 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. in Connecticut Wednesday as people in 23 towns will be voting, according to data from the Secretary of State.

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Not all registered voters can vote in every town, so see the information below on if Republicans of Democrats can vote in your town.

  • Bethel– (Republican primary) First Selectman
  • Bridgeport– (Democratic primary) Mayor, Board of Education Districts 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, City Clerk, Town Clerk, City Sheriffs, City Council Districts 127, 130, 131, 132, 138
  • Bridgeport– (Republican primary) City Sherriff
  • Durham– (Republican primary) Selectman
  • East Haddam– (Republican primary) Selectman
  • East Windsor– (Republican primary) First Selectman, Selectman
  • Ellington– (Republican primary) First Selectman
  • Hampton– (Republican primary) Tax Collector
  • Hartford– (Democratic primary) Judge of Probate, Mayor, Treasurer, City Council, Constables
  • Killingworth– (Republican primary) First Selectman, Selectman, Board of Finance, Zoning Board of Appeals Alternates, Fire Commissioner, Regional Board of Ed-2yr. Vacancy
  • Lebanon– (Republican primary) First Selectman
  • Middletown– (Democratic primary) Common Council, Board of Education
  • Naugatuck– (Republican primary) Mayor
  • New Britain– (Democratic primary) Board of Education
  • New Haven– (Democratic primary) Board of Alders districts 1, 11, 12, 14, 18, 20, 28, 30
  • New London– (Democratic primary) Mayor, City Council
  • Norwalk– (Democratic primary) Common Council Districts A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, Board of Education Districts A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, Second Taxing District Commissioner
  • Portland– (Democratic primary) Town Clerk
  • Somers– (Republican primary) First Selectman
  • Stamford– (Democratic primary) Board of Representatives
  • Stratford– (Democratic primary) Town Council District 3, Zoning Commission District 1
  • Stratford– (Republican primary) Town Council Districts 2, 7
  • Suffield– (Democratic primary) Selectman
  • Waterbury– (Democratic primary) Board of Aldermen District 4
  • Waterbury– (Republican primary) Board of Aldermen District 2
  • West Haven– (Democratic primary) Mayor, City Clerk, Treasurer, Tax Collector, Board of Education, Board of Assessment Appeals, Councilman at Large, Councilman

Secretary of the State’s office and the State Elections Enforcement Commission have opened the Election Day hotline 1-866-SEEC-INFO (1-866-733-2463) to report problems at the polls. Voters can also email if they encounter any difficulties casting ballots during the day. Voters can report issues anonymously but should provide the town and polling place where they saw the problem.