On Tuesday, the voters will be going to the polls to choose their candidates for the general election.
Major party candidates are fighting for the right to represent their party in the November general election in numerous races including U.S. Senate, four of the state's five congressional districts, governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, comptroller, secretary of the state, General Assembly and judge of probate.
Polls will be open to on Tuesday Aug. 10, from 6 am. to 8 p.m.
You can find your polling place on the Secretary of the State’s Web site by clicking here.
If you have questions on your polling place. contact your local registrar. For phone numbers, click this link.
Connecticut voters had until noon on Monday to register to vote in Tuesday's primary elections.
Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz said the 44 primary races are the most in recent memory, but she's predicting a low voter turnout compared with previous elections.