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Where We Vote - Election Day 2020

Joe Amon
Connecticut Public
Cody Richter 21, drops off his ballot for his first presidential election at West Hartford

Election Day is finally here. Connecticut Public Radio will bring you election coverage all day, and all night as Americans wait for results.

Coming up, Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill joins us to answer our questions and yours about voting at the polls today, including where to submit your absentee ballot.

We want to hear from you. Are you going to the polls today? Is this your first time voting in a presidential election? Tell us how your vote went.

Call us at 888-720-9677 between 9-10am.


  • Denise Merrill - Connecticut Secretary of the State (@SOTSMerrill)
  • Frankie Graziano - Breaking News Reporter at Connecticut Public Radio (@FrankieGrazie6)
  • Jennifer Hopper - Associate Professor of Political Science at Southern Connecticut State University
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