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Greenwich Registrars Of Voters Set Polling Places For Primary

Greenwich’s regular polling places are open for the presidential preference primaries.
Greenwich’s regular polling places are open for the presidential preference primaries. Photo Credit: Anna Helhoski

GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Registrars of Voters have announced that all of the town’s regular polling places are open for the presidential preference primaries taking place on Tuesday, April 26.

Those who vote at Greenwich High School should note that for this primary, and for all future elections, voting will take place in the entrance foyer of the new Greenwich High School MISA Auditorium.

All voter parking is now in the rear of the school, near the entrance to the auditorium. Voters are asked to follow the signs and listen to directions from the police officer who will be stationed there.

Those who vote at North Mianus School should note that there will be amusement rides in a portion of the parking lot in preparation for the 70th Annual North Mianus Pow-Wow, which will take place on Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30.

Ample regular and handicapped-accessible voter parking close to the school is still available.

Voters are reminded that in Connecticut only registered members of the Democratic and Republican parties may vote in their respective primaries.

Under state law, it is too late to switch parties. Voters currently not affiliated with any party may select a party affiliation by visiting the Registrars of Voters up until noon on Monday, April 25.

Those who want to check their their registration status and polling place can do so by clicking here.

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