Election Day Is November 6. Here’s What You Need To Know.

Westport’s League of Women Voters has been — as usual — hard at work preparing for Election Day. (It’s a week from Tuesday: November 6.)

For one thing, they’re sponsoring a debate tomorrow (Monday, October 29, 7 to 9 p.m., Town Hall auditorium), for the state legislature candidates in the districts that include Westport.

In the State Senate, that’s Toni Boucher and Will Haskell (District 26), and Tony Hwang and Michelle McCabe (District 28).

State Legislature candidates include Jonathan Steinberg and Greg Kraut (District 136), and Stephanie Thomas and Gail Lavielle (District 143).

The debate will be televised on Public Access Channel 79 and Frontier Channel 6020.

In addition, the LWV has published its very comprehensive Voters’ Guide. It’s the only material that can be brought into the polls during voting. Click here to see it; click here for a printable PDF version.

The LWV also reminds Connecticut residents that the deadline to register to vote is this Tuesday (October 30). That includes name or address changes to existing registrations. Click here for more information.

Election day registration is available for new voter registration at Westport Town Hall on Election Day, starting at 6 a.m.

Need to check your polling place? Click here.

4 responses to “Election Day Is November 6. Here’s What You Need To Know.

  1. Thanks Dan and LWV for publishing this information.

  2. Eric William Buchroeder SHS '70

    A bipartisan word to all politicians:
    “Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness”
    Make sense to you?

  3. Great! think a mention of absentee balloting would be helpful, since so many people travel. 🙂


  4. I wish I town would send cards out town hall you vote and coyletown moved I hope the town sends a press release out this week ok