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Connecticut Senate debating whether to allow 14 days of early voting for general elections

Posted on AllSides May 30th, 2023
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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut voters will have 14 days to cast their general election ballots early and in person under a bill the state Senate was debating late Tuesday. Tuesday's anticipated Senate vote comes six months after voters approved a state constitutional amendment that essentially gave the Democratic-controlled General Assembly the go-ahead to create a new, in-person early voting system. The legislation, which affects general elections, primaries and special elections held on or after Jan. 1, 2024, already cleared the House of Representatives earlier this month. "Connecticut is finally...

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