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WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC NOVEMBER 4: A paper ballot lays in a private voting booth at a polling station on November 4, 2008 in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. After nearly two years of presidential campaigning, U.S. citizens go to the polls today to vote in the election between Democratic presidential nominee U.S. Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and Republican nominee U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). (Photo by Logan Mock-Bunting/Getty Images)
Voters in 18 Connecticut cities and towns will go to the polls on Tuesday for an unprecedented number of special elections.
There are nine special elections to fill three state Senate seats and six seats in the House, most of which were vacated by politicians who took positions with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration.
The Secretary of the State's office expects voter turnout to be as low as 10 percent in some districts but, a spokesman says it might be higher in a few of the more hotly contested races, like the race for State Senate District 6, which includes New Britain mayor Tim Stewart (R) and GA District 36, which includes former TV personality Janet Peckinpaugh (R).
Today's special elections are:
For more information, check the list on the Secretary of the State’s Web site.
Anyone with problems on Election Day can either email the Secretary of the State at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-733-2463.