Turning Out the Vote for the November Election


Turning out in force for the November election is the only way to ensure our Democratic values and concerns are represented in federal, state and local government. 

As many as 1 in 4 eligible Americans are not registered to vote or don’t know if they are registered.  If you’ve moved recently or changed your name (e.g., as a result of marriage) or turned 18, it’s a good idea to check your registration status.  You can check your voter registration status online here.

The good news in Connecticut is, if all else fails, you can register to vote at Lyme Town Hall on November 8 (by providing proof of identity and residency) and then proceed to vote in the election – but why wait?  You can register to vote online today here.

Be a voter in the midterm election and elect officials who will represent and fight for our values:

  • Richard Blumenthal for U.S. Senator
  • Joe Courtney for U.S. House of Representatives
  • Ned Lamont for Governor
  • Susan Bysiewicz for Lt. Governor
  • William Tong for Attorney General
  • Stephanie Thomas for Secretary of the State
  • Sean Scanlon for State Comptroller
  • Erick Russell for State Treasurer
  • Norm Needleman for State Senator
  • Colin Heffernan for State Representative
  • Jeannine Lewis for Probate Court Judge