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Middletown Voters Heading to the Polls

Polling stations are open till 8 p.m.; Middletown Patch will be live-Tweeting all day and all night, so follow us @MiddletnCTPatch!

It’s a municipal election year, which means voters will head to the polls to select their boards of selectmen, education and other various boards and commissions. Some towns will also be electing their chief executive officer today, either a mayor or first selectman, and Middletown also has three referendum questions on their ballots.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. today. To see your town’s sample ballot, click on the pdf at the top of this page.

In Middletown the polling places are: City Hall, 245 deKoven Drive; MacDonough School, 66 Spring St.; Spencer School, 207 Westfield St.; Middletown High School, 200 La Rosa Lane; Moody School, 300 Country Club Road; Spencer School, 207 Westfield St., Snow School, 299 Wadsworth St.; Wesley School, Wesleyan Hills Road; South District Firehouse, 445 Randolph Road; Farm Hill School, 390 Ridge Road; Bielefield School, 70 Maynard St.; Senior Center, 150 William St.

Jim Hartzell November 08, 2011 at 05:10 PM
I voted at Snow about 10pm and turnout seemed very light then. I would think that voters would come out in droves considering there are about $30 million worth of referendums involved, besides the other election races. Voters, it's your only say on those matters. It involves your taxes.
Cassandra Day November 08, 2011 at 06:12 PM
At 11 a.m., today, Jim, 192 had voted at Snow in District 7 and 117 in District 8.

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