The 2019 primary elections are happening across 23 towns in Connecticut on Tuesday, September 10th.
Thirty-one communities in our state are holding primary elections on Tuesday.
The public has an opportunity to hear from the mayoral candidates for the state’s largest city.
Time is running out to be able to vote in local primary elections.
There are 25 cities and towns in Connecticut with party primaries Tuesday, with a big three way democratic primary happening in Hartford.
Election officials are warning Connecticut voters that time is running out to transfer enrollment from one party to another ahead of the statewide primary.
Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim will face a primary challenge on September 10th.
Marilyn Moore, who lost the democratic mayoral Primary race Tuesday to Mayor Ganim, has announced Thursday that she will be contesting the results of the September 10th primary election.
Top political leaders in Connecticut are set to receive an update on election security.
On this week’s edition of Capitol Report “After Hours:,” the crew takes a look at some of the other primaries decided on Tuesday night.