View a sample ballot here.
This year, we’ll be voting on Federal, State, and Judicial candidates, along with a special measure. We’ll review what the roles are and what they’re responsible for. We’ll also list the names and political parties of the candidates. Since individual campaign platforms touch on a wide array of issues, a list of resources will be provided in the next section so you can research these candidates on your own.
Federal: US Senate and House of Representatives (Congress)
Our US Senate nominees are Richard Blumenthal (D) and Lenora Levy (R). Blumenthal is the incumbent, which means he currently holds this position.
Our Congressional nominees are Rosa DeLauro (D) and Leslie DeNardis (R). DeLauro is the incumbent.
State: There are 7 positions we’ll be electing this year for our state elections:
- CT Governor: The candidates are Ned Lamont (D) and Robert Stefanowski (R). Lamont is the incumbent.
- CT Secretary of State: Dominic Rapini (R) and Stephanie Thomas (D)
- CT Attorney General: Jessica Kordas (R) and William Tong (D)
- CT Comptroller: Mary Fay (R) and Sean Scanlon (D)
- CT State Senate – District 11: Harry Arora and Erick Russell (D)
- CT House of Representatives – District 94: Robyn Porter (D) is running unopposed.
Judicial: We’ll also be voting for the Judge of Probate for District 38. This District or Circuit Court Judge presides over probate cases at the trial level. The nominees are Jerald Barber (R) and Americo Carchia (D).
Finally, you will be asked to vote on an Early Voting Amendment. You’ll be asked a “yes” or “no” question:
Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to
permit the General Assembly to provide for early voting?
Answering “yes” means you support amending the CT Constitution to allow early voting. Answering “no” means you do not support this change.