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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut wants all eligible voters to be registered and vote this year. Are you wondering why you should vote, how you can vote and what to expect? Watch this Special LWVCT event to hear from the Secretary of the State, Denise Merrill, our VP of Voter Services, Laura Smits, and a panel of voters from around the state as they share what voting means to them and why it is important to vote in the 2020 Election.

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In Case You Missed It: Join the Community Conversation presented by the Fairfield County Community Foundation October 15, 2020

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Press Mention

Listen to LWVCT President Carol Reimers discuss the election with Aaron Kupec of Face CT on WTIC News Talk 1080.

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As voters across Connecticut send in their absentee ballots or make their plans to head to the polls, confusion about the election process is at an all-time high. The League has a 100-year history of getting voters the information they need to vote with confidence and this year is no different. Join us on October 20th, for a discussion about this year’s unique election: why you should vote, how you can vote and what to expect, particularly at the polls. Hear from Denise Merrill, CT SOTS, Laura Smits of LWVCT, as well as voters around the state.

November Election 2020 Special Report: FAQs about Absentee Ballots and Voting in Connecticut
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There is a lot of confusion about how to keep voters safe and secure during the November 3rd election due to the Covid-19 pandemic. And since each state administers elections differently, what a voter hears in the national press may not apply to their state. To keep voters safe in Connecticut, the state has expanded its use of absentee balloting. Read full post for more info.

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