Connecticut’s primary takes place today and voters across the state will cast their ballots in several primary contests. There is a Republican primary for the United States Senate and another for the United States Representative. There are primary elections for Secretary of State, Treasurer, and various statewide elections for senators and representatives.
When is the August 2022 CT Primary?
The Connecticut primary is today, Tuesday, August 9.
The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
An absentee ballot must be received by the city clerk before the polls close if mailed or returned by an immediate family member of the in-person applicant or the qualified designee of an ill or physically disabled in-person ballot applicant.
Who is running in the CT primary in August 2022?
If you don’t know which district you are in, you can find districts by city here.
- Themis Klarides
- Leora R. Levy
- Pedro Light
- Jayme Stevenson
- Michael Ted Goldstein
- Maritza Bond
- Stephanie Thomas
- Domingo Rapini
- Terrie E. Wood
- Erick Russell
- Dita Bhargava
- Karen DuBois Walton
- Dennis Bradley
- Herron Gaston
Melissa E. Osbourne
- Jason Buchsbaum
- Cindy Harrison
- Trainee McGee
- Joseph Miller
- Marcus Brown
- Jack Hennessy
Secretary of State Denise Merrill announced in June that she would step down before the end of her third term to spend more time with her husband, who has been living with Parkinson’s disease for years.
State Treasurer Shawn Wooden announced in April that he would not seek re-election.
See your city or town ballot
How to register to vote in Connecticut
If an unaffiliated voter wanted to vote in a primary, the deadline was noon August 8 at the registrar.
Connecticut Election Day Hotline
The Election Day hotline is 866-SEEC-INFO (866-733-2463) and the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
They are available throughout Election Day to anyone who witnesses voting irregularities.