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Election News

Comings and goings on Ledyard Town Council

For the second time in two months, the Town Council is filling a vacancy on its panel.

Preston voters approve both school and town budgets for 2021-22

Voters bucked past trends Wednesday and approved both the 2021-22 school and town government budgets in the first referendum try.

Special General Assembly session could address voting rights, climate initiatives

Aside from recreational cannabis, there are a few other priorities lawmakers would like to get to during the upcoming legislative special session.

Connecticut voters to decide in 2022 whether to allow early voting

The state Senate has passed a resolution that will allow the voters to decide in 2022 whether to end Connecticut’s long-standing restrictions on when they’re allowed to vote by absentee...

East Lyme's deputy first selectman aims for top spot

Republican Selectman Kevin Seery announced Monday he is running to replace First Selectman Mark Nickerson, who is not up for reelection.

House passes bill rolling back absentee voting restrictions

Democrats find a way to move Connecticut toward no-excuse absentee voting.

With large turnout, Noankers pass budget and hear updates in annual meeting

Around 200 people showed up to the Noank Fire District Executive Committee annual meeting on Wednesday evening.

With low turnout, Ledyard voters pass budget

Only about 3% of the registered voters in Ledyard turned out at the polls Tuesday to pass the town's 2021-22 budget.