Comprehensive, complete voting information for Cheshire Democrats and Democratic leaning unafilliated/independents on Election Day Nov. 6
From CDTC Staff Reports
CHESHIRE, CONNECTICUT--The Cheshire Democratic Town Committee has compiled the most comprehensive voting information all Cheshire Democrats and Democratic leaning unafilliated/independents need when it comes to voting at the polls in Cheshire on Election Day on Nov. 6.
Below you will find your polling site (where you vote), the district or districts attached to your polling site, and the candidate or candidates who will be on the ballot at your polling site.
Below that local information are links to pages on the Connecticut Secretary of the State website where you can find information to voting questions including Registering to Vote Online, Are you registered to vote, Where and how do you vote, Can you vote by absentee ballot, Election Day Registration, Town-By-Town Sample Ballots, Military and overseas voter information.
Cheshire Voting Districts/Voting Sites
District 1: Cheshire High School, 525 South Main Street
District 2: Chapman School, 38 Country Club Road
District 3: Artsplace, 1220 Waterbury Road
District 4: Norton School Gym, 414 N. Brooksvale Road
Districts 5 & 5-3: Doolittle School Gym, 735 Cornwall Avenue
District 6: Highland School, 490 Highland Avenue
District 7: Dodd Middle School, 100 Park Place
DEMOCRATIC VOTING INFORMATION FOR CHESHIRE
NOTE: In state elections, for Cheshire each candidate's district area covers several towns but only a portion of Cheshire. For example, 103rd State Rep. candidate Liz Linehan is only on the ballot in Cheshire District 1 (Cheshire High), District 3 (Artsplace) and District 7 (Dodd Middle School) (SEE BELOW).
The chart below lists the state district followed by the political office (Rep. or Senate) followed by the Democratic candidate followed by the Cheshire Districts (voting sites) where the candidate will be on the ballot
State District (Democrat Candidate) Cheshire Districts assigned
103rd State Rep. District (Democrat Liz Linehan) DISTRICTS 1, 3, and 7
89th State Rep. Dist. (Democrat Anne Harrigan) DISTRICTS 4, 5 & 5-3
90th State Rep. District (Democrat Dan Fontaine) DISTRICTS 2 & 6
16th State Senate District (Democrat Vickie Nardello) DISTRICTS 2 & 3
13th State Senate District (Democrat Mary Abrams) DISTRICTS 1, 4, 5, 5-3, 6 and 7
CANDIDATES FOR FEDERAL OFFICE
5th U.S.Rep. Dist. (Democrat Jahana Hayes) (ALL CHESHIRE DISTRICTS)
Re-Election to U.S. Senate (Democrat Chris Murphy) ALL OF CONN./STATEWIDE VOTE
For more local voting information, contact our Cheshire Registrar at
If you have any questions about your current voting eligibility status, polling place, party affiliation, or other matters relating to your rights,
feel free to contact the Cheshire Registrars of Voters office at any time: (203) 271-6680 or by mail at Elections Dept, Town Hall, 84 South Main Street, Cheshire CT 06410.
LINKS TO CONN. ELECTIONS VOTING INFORMATION
Elections Voting Home Page - CT.gov
Elections Information and Statistics. Election Results and Turnout Statistics · Voter Registration Statistics · Election Calendar · 2018 Certificates of Endorsement ...
Where and how do I vote · Election Results · Voter Registration · Election Calendars
Specific Topics covered on SOTS website:
· Register to Vote Online.
· EDR Locations
· Am I registered to vote?
· Where and how do I vote?
· Can I vote by absentee ballot?
· Election Day Registration.
· Town-By-Town Sample Ballots.
· Military and overseas voter information.
· Who are my elected officials?
· Other important information for voters.
Dan Nowak is chairman of the Cheshire Democratic Town Committee's Communication Relations/IT Committee, a volunteer position. He is a Cheshire Parks and Recreation Commissioner and has been a sportswriter for the New Haven Register for 34 years.