It's November 6, which means the wait for Election Day is finally over.
As Connecticut voters head to the polls, we sit down with reporters and election officials to preview the day ahead.
Do you plan on voting? We want to hear from you, too.
- Elida Sanchez - Freshman and Vice President of the College Democrats at Southern Connecticut State University (@BigE0819)
- Jeff Cohen - News Director at WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio (@jeffcohenwnpr)
- Denise Merrill - Connecticut Secretary of the State (@SOTSMerrill )
- Virginia Wilkinson - New Haven, Connecticut resident and coordinator of the PerSisters
- Fernando Betancourt - Executive Director of the San Juan Center in Hartford, Connecticut
- Carolyn Kuan - Music Director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra (@carolynkuan )
Hartford Courant: Connecticut Voter Registration Hits All-Time High Ahead of Election Day - "Since Election Day 2016, Connecticut has registered 322,742 new voters, according to the secretary of the state’s office. That total far surpasses similar periods and is more than three times higher than the 96,331 new voters who registered between President Barack Obama’s 2008 victory and the 2010 midterm elections."
Meriden Record-Journal: Merrill says vote challenges 'should not be made lightly’ - "Merrill, whose office oversees state election laws, has been informing registrars that they have the ability to grant or deny requests for challengers. Challengers, if appointed, are allowed by state law to “challenge the right of any person offering to vote” based on specific grounds."
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.