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Unsure of Where to Vote in Tuesday's Republican Primary? Read This

Many voting locations have changed in a town consolidation.

In March, the town council voted to consolidate 20 polling places to nine, and this Tuesday's Republican presidential primary will be the first election to test out the new system. If you are unsure of where to vote, go to this link to plug in your street address.

Voters must be registered with a party to vote in that party's primary, and party changes must be made at least 90 days in advance.

But voters who are unaffiliated may change to a party until noon the day prior to the primary at the office, 50 South Main St., Room 209.

All polling places are open from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM on Tuesday.

Here is the revised list of polling places:

District 1   100 King Philip Drive  District 2 St. Mary's Home 291 Steele Road  District 3 50 South Main St. District 4 1106 New Britain Ave. District 5  71 Wolcott Road District 6 110 Beechwood Road District 7 128 Sedgwick Road District 8 45 Braeburn Road District 9 975 North Main Street

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