2022 Election

Voting on Election Day

Polls in Connecticut are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8. You can use the Secretary of State’s website to find your polling place. Voters who are in line by 8 p.m. will be allowed to vote.

Connecticut also allows for Election Day registration at designated centers in each town.

People must be registered by 8 p.m. in order to vote using Election Day registration.
For questions, contact the Southington Registrar of Voters office at 860-276-6268.

2022-candidatesThe following are the contested races that will be on the ballot for Southington voters:

State Senator, 16th Senate District
Christopher R. Robertson
(Democratic Party)
Rob Sampson (Republican Party)
Rob Sampson (Independent Party)

State Representative, 22nd House District
Rebecca Martinez
 (Democratic Party)
Francis Rexford Cooley (Republican Party)
Rebecca Martinez (Working Families Party)
Rebecca Martinez (Independent Party)

State Representative, 30th House District
Denise McNair
 (Democratic Party)
Donna Veach (Republican Party)
Denise McNair (Working Families Party)

State Representative, 80th House District
Gail Mastrofrancesco (Republican Party — unopposed)

State Representative, 81st House District

Christopher J. Poulos (Democratic Party)
Tony Morrison (Republican Party)
Tony Morrison (Independent Party)

Governor/ Lieutenant Governor
Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz (Democratic Party)
Bob Stefanowski and Laura Devlin (Republican Party)
Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz (Griebel Frank For CT Party)
Robert Hotaling and Stewart “Chip” Beckett (Independent Party)
Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz (Working Families Party)

U.S. Senator
Richard Blumenthal (Democratic Party)
Leora Levy (Republican Party)
Richard Blumenthal (Working Families Party)

Congressional Representative
John Larson (Democratic Party)
Larry Lazor (Republican Party)
John Larson (Working Families Party)
Mary L. Sanders (Green Party)

Secretary of the State
Stephanie Thomas (Democratic Party)
Dominic Rapini (Republican Party)
Cynthia Jennings (Independent Party)
Stephanie Thomas (Working Families Party)

State Treasurer
Erick Russell (Democratic Party)
Harry Arora (Republican Party)
Jennifer Baldwin (Independent Party)
Erick Russell (Working Families Party)
JoAnna Laiscell Libertarian Party)

State Comptroller
Sean Scanlon (Democratic Party)
Mary Fay (Republican Party)
Sean Scanlon (Independent Party)
Sean Scanlon (Working Families Party)

Attorney General
William Tong (Democratic Party)
Jessica Kordas (Republican Party)
A.P. Pascarella (Independent Party)
William Tong (Working Families Party)
Ken Krayeske (Green Party)

Judge of Probate
Matthew Jalowiec (Democratic & Republican Parties)

Ballot Questions:

Question #1 asks “Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to permit the General Assembly to provide for early voting?” We urge Southington residents to vote YES.

Questions #2 and #3 ask voters to approve a new roof and athletic fields at Southington High School. We urge Southington residents to vote YES on both issues.

Question #4 asks to change the charter to put more control of the Library under the Town Manager instead of the Library board. We urge Southington residents to vote NO. The Library should remain under citizen control.

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