On Tuesday, some voters in East Windsor will be part of state House District 59 for the first time.
District 59’s boundaries were redrawn after the 2010 census. Previously it encompassed half of Enfield but its boundaries were expanded to include about one third of East Windsor.
Those voters will be casting their ballots in the same place they did as part of House District 57 in the town hall annex, 25 School Street, or District 1 polling place. There will be two lines for voting, Republican Registrar of Voters Linda Sinsigallo said. One for House District 57 voters and one for House District 59.
“It will be clearly marked,” Sinsigallo said.
The District 2 polling place at East Windsor Town Hall will also have two lines for voting but that is to handle the expected increase in voters for the election, Sinsigallo said. Voters there are all in House District 57.
In Windsor Locks, the District 1 polling place is in Windsor Locks Town Hall, and District 2 is in Windsor Locks High School.
Registrars in both communities have reported increased voter registrations for this year’s election.
“We’ve been working five days a week to keep up,” Sinsigallo said.