If you want a voice in the Primary on August 14th – keep reading…

 

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The West Hartford Democratic Town Committee wants to remind local West Hartford voters that if they want to have a voice in the upcoming Primary  – PLEASE READ:

PRIMARY – August 14, 2018 

Mail-in application form for New Voter (aged 18+) must be postmarked by August 9, 2018 and received by the Registrars of Voters by 12:00 noon of August 13th in order to be permitted to participate in the August 14, 2018 primary. Online voter registration deadline is 11:59pm on August 9, 2018.

In-Person registration deadline is August 13, 2018 at 12:00 noon.

If you are already registered as an Unaffiliated Voter, your mail-in application must be received by August 9, 2018 or in-person until August 13, 2018 at 12 noon

Check how you are registered to vote here.

The following candidates are who will be on the Democratic ballot for the August 14th Primary:

For Governor:

For Lieutenant Governor:

For State Treasurer:

For Attorney General:

For State Representative for the 18th District of West Hartford 

– Only WEHA residents who vote at King Phillip, Bristow and West Hartford Town Hall 

 

If you have questions about your registration information or need further assistance, please contact your local Registrar of Voters.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE:  The statewide races will have a primary in all NINE voting locations in West Hartford. Only the 18th District will have a primary for State Representative.

Here is the list of voting locations – if you have voted there in the past, this is where you will vote August 14th

District 1 – King Phillip Middle School

District 2 – Bristow Middle School

District 3 – West Hartford Town Hall

District 4 – Elmwood Senior Center

District 5 – Wolcott School

District 6 – Conard High School

District 7 – Sedgewick School

District 8 – Braeburn School 

District 9  – Hall High School