The polls will be open in Weston from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. today at Weston Middle School. Registrar of Voters Laura Smits said she expected the voter turnout to be almost as large as in presidential election years.
In local races, Weston voters will choose between Jacob "Jan" Bryniczka or Kevin M. Grady for probate judge, and Susan M. Moran, Laura Smits or Jane B. Weston for registrar of voters.
In the race for the seat in the 28th state Senate District, incumbent Republican John McKinney takes on Democratic challenger Mitchell Fuchs. For state representative, Republican John T. Shaban, Democrat Carl D. Bernstein and Gabriel B. Rossi of the Green Party are running in House District 135, which includes all of Weston, Easton, and part of Redding.
In statewide races, the following candidates will be listed on your ballot:
Governor: Republican Tom Foley, Democrat Dan Malloy, and independent candidate Thomas E. Marsh
Lt. governor: Republican Mark Boughton, Democrat Nancy Wyman and independent candidate Cicero B. Booker Jr.
U.S. Senate: Democrat Richard Blumenthal, Republican Linda McMahon, Connecticut for Lieberman candidate John Mertens and independent Warren Mosler
House of Representatives, Fourth District: Republican Dan Debicella vs. Democrat Jim Himes (incumbent)
Attorney general: Republican Martha Dean, Democrat George Jepsen, and Independent/Green Party candidate Stephen E.D. Fournier
Secretary of the state: Republican Jerry Farrell, Democrat Denise Merrill, Green Party candidate S. Michael DeRosa, Libertarian Ken Mosher and independent Michael J. Telesca
Comptroller: Democrat Kevin Lembo, Republican Jack Orchulli, Green Party candidate Colin Bennett, Libertarian Joshua Katz and independent Hugh Dolan
Treasurer: Republican Jeff Wright, Democrat Denise Nappier (incumbent), Green Party candidate S. David Blue and independent Andrew Grant White
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