Connecticut Primary: April 28, 2020
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Connecticut has closed primaries — Nutmeggers must register as democrat to vote for Bernie!
In Connecticut, you must be affiliated as a democrat by January 28, 2020, which is before the registration deadline!
You must be registered by April 23, 2020.
Not sure if you are registered, or what you're registered as? Check your current registration status online.
Vote on Tuesday, April 28th, 2020, from 6:00AM – 8:00PM.
Find your polling place here: https://portaldir.ct.gov/sots/LookUp.aspx
There is a 3 month waiting period to change from one party to another. This does not apply when switching from unaffiliated to party membership.
In-person enrollment deadline, for new voters and unaffiliated voters enrolling in a party in person at Town Hall, for voting in primary 4/27/2020
Info on same same day registration (ONLY FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION IN NOVEMBER) can be found here: https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Election-Day-Registration-2013/Election-Day-Registration
Here’s a downloadable absentee ballot for CT: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/SOTS/ElectionServices/ElectForms/electforms/aabengpdf.pdf?la=en
If you need more help call the Official Connecticut Election Voter Hotline at: 1-866-733-2463
First time voters need ID. For more info: https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/FAQ/FAQ—Voter-Identification
No laws require companies to give workers time off to vote.
You may still vote in Connecticut's primaries if you will be 18 years old by November 3, 2020.
If you are a college student not living in your home state, you can vote for Bernie in either your home state or in the state in which you are attending school!
If you are a Military Voter or a US Citizen living abroad, you are able to request a ballot here to vote for Bernie.
Willing to go the extra mile to help Bernie get elected? We need 2,373 Bernie supporters to become a Delegate, travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and cast their vote for Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention. Interested?How to become a delegate in Connecticut
Connecticut has 68 delegates
Superdelegates: Gov. Ned Lamont, Sen.Christopher Murphy, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Rep. Joe Courtney, Rep. Rosa L. DeLauro, Rep. Jahana Hayes, Rep. Jim Himes, Rep. John B. Larson, Nancy DiNardo, John W. Olsen, Erick Russell, Nancy Wyman
Primary: April 28, 2020
Deadline to file to become a District Delegate: May 4, 2020
Post Primary Congressional District Caucuses: May 27, 2020
The State Party Committee: June 10, 2020
National Convention Delegation Meeting: June 17, 2020
District Delegates (32)
At Large Delegates (11) At Large Alternate Delegates (4)
PLEO Delegates (6)
Standing Committee (6) and Delegation Chair
6 Standing Committee members (2 each on the Credentials, Platform and Rules committees) and the Delegation Chair are elected by a quorum of Connecticut’s National Convention Delegates on June 17, 2020. You don’t have to be a delegate or alternate to be elected.
Convention Pages(2) are selected by the State Democratic Chair before June 17, 2020.
Presidential Electors (7)
Presidential electors to the Electoral College are selected by federal elected officials by June 12, 2020.
If you have questions contact the Connecticut Democratic Party.
If you have any questions about voting in Connecticut you may contact your state official elections office or Democratic party.
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