The 2012 general election is now just three days away and, in preparation for the day, Secretary of the State Denise Merrill announced that all of the sample ballots are viewable online.
So, when Southington residents head to the polls, they'll fill out a ballot card like the one above. It includes federal and state elections, as well as referendum question:
"Shall the town of Southington appropriate $11,000,000 for design and construction of various road and bridge improvements, and authorize the issue of bonds and notes not to exceed $11,000,000 to finance the appopriation?"
Here's a full list of the sample ballots. The polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
"Now that we have put all the ballots online, I urge every voter in Connecticut to visit our website and familiarize yourself with the ballot you will be using on Tuesday Nov. 6," Merrill said. "This online feature is a great way to make voting process smoother on Election Day.”
There are 11 voter registration districts in Southington, which are broken down by street address on the Southington website, www.southington.org, with polling places established as follows:
- South End School (District 1)
- Kennedy Middle School (District 2)
- Derynoski Elementary School (District 3)
- Hatton Elementary School (District 4)
- Flanders Elementary School (District 5)
- DePaolo Middle School (District 6)
- Kelley Elementary School (District 8)
- Thalberg Elementary (District 9)
- Tabernacle Church (District 10)
- Plantsville Elementary School (District 11)
- Strong Elementary School (District 12)