The Connecticut primaries are happening today and voters across the state will be voting in several primary races. There is a Republican primary for the United States Senate and one for U.S Representative. There are primaries for Secretary of the State, Treasurer and several state senate and representative races.
When Are the CT August 2022 Primaries?
The Connecticut primaries are today, Tuesday, Aug. 9.
The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
An absentee ballot must be received by the municipal clerk by the close of the polls if it is mailed or if it is returned by a member of the immediate family of the applicant in person or the qualified designee of an ill or physically disabled ballot applicant in person.
Who Is Running in the CT Primaries in August 2022?
If you do not know which district you are in, you can find districts by town here.
- Themis Klarides
- Leora R. Levy
- Peter Lumaj
- Jayme Stevenson
- Michael Ted Goldstein
- Maritza Bond
- Stephanie Thomas
- Dominic Rapini
- Terrie E. Wood
- Erick Russell
- Dita Bhargava
- Karen DuBois-Walton
- Dennis Bradley (Incumbent)
- Herron Gaston
- Melissa E. Osbourne
- Eric Wellman
- Kurt Comisky
- John Olin
- Jason Buchsbaum
- Cindy Harrison (Incumbent)
- Joe Hoxha
- Aileen Abrams
- Moira Rader
- Andy Gottlieb
- Trenee McGee (Incumbent)
- Joseph Miller
- Marcus Brown
- Jack Hennessy
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill announced in June that she would leave office before the end of her third term to spend more time with her husband, who has been living with Parkinson’s disease for years.
See the Ballot for Your City or Town in Connecticut
How to Register to Vote in Connecticut
If an unaffiliated voter wanted to vote in a primary, the deadline was noon on Aug. 8 at the registrar.
Connecticut Election Day Hotline
The Election Day hotline is 866-SEEC-INFO (866-733-2463) and the email address is email@example.com.
They are available throughout Election Day for anyone who witnesses voting irregularities.