If you have not yet registered to vote in next month’s election, registrars of voters across Connecticut will be holding sessions Saturday.
The latest voter registration report from the Secretary of the State’s office, the first since Sept. 25, showed that 130,000 new voters have registered so far this election year, including 45,625 new Democrats and 23,379 new Republicans.
In East Windsor registrations have been running at a brisk pace, Linda Sinsigallo, Republican Registrar of Voters, said. A lot of the new voters are unaffiliated, Sinsigallo said.
“We are very busy,” Sinsigallo said.
Democrats out register Republicans 2 to 1 in East Windsor, Sinsigallo said.
As for absentee ballots, Town Clerk Joanne Slater said earlier this week her office had received more than 200. In the 2008 presidential election, there were 336 absentee ballots filed
“I expect to have at least that,” Slater said.
In East Windsor, you can register in the town hall annex, 25 School Street from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In Windsor Locks the Registrars will hold a special voter registration session from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in town hall, 50 Church Street.