Lamont, his wife Annie and their adult children Emily, Lindsey, and Teddy voted mid-morning at Greenwich High School, just a short distance from their home.
After that he made his way to Stamford, Fairfield, Bridgeport, Branford, Madison, Portland, Wethersfield
and New Britain to spend time standing at the polls in those communities and greeting voters.
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He plan to arrive here in Hartford early this evening to follow the returns.
“We’re voting to protect jobs and protect Connecticut values. That’s why I’m so proud there’s a big
turnout here today on a rainy Tuesday. Get out there and vote. It’s going to make a big difference for our state”, said Ned Lamont.
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If you are in line at your location polling place by 8:00pm, officials will let you vote.