Town Clerk Open Sat, Jan 18 for Absentee Ballots to Vote in Tuesday’s Special Election

A reminder for all voters in the 151st State Assembly District, the Town Clerk’s office will be open from 8:00am until noon on Saturday, January, 18 for those who need to file an absentee ballot for the special election for State Rep District 151 to fill the seat vacated by Fred Camillo when he was elected First Selectman.

Applications are available in English and Spanish.

The election will be held on Tuesday, January 21.

The candidates are Democrat Cheryl Moss and Republican Harry Arora.

It will be a regular school day.

To be sure you are registered to vote in the Jan. 21 special election and to find your polling place, log on to this link with our Registrars of Voters.

This election applies only to residents of the 151st Assembly District.

Voters may check to determine if they live in District 151 by checking the State’s legislative district map.

The Greenwich League of Women Voters has created a Voter’s Guide containing important election and poll information, as well as information about the candidates. This Guide is available at the League’s website.

Voters may print the Guide and take it into the voting booth with them.

January 14 was the last day to register for this election.