Polls are open in Wilton!
It’s Election Day in Wilton, and with three contested races, there is a lot at stake–taxes, home values, town amenities, economic development, school curriculum and policy, and much more are on the ballot. You can–and should–have your say by casting a ballot today. Vote, and be an educated voter. (We’ve run LOTS of great informational articles on everyone running, which you can find here.) Check out GMW for everything you need to know about polls, polling hours, voting districts. What the candidates say about themselves and their beliefs… Please Vote, Wilton!
Voting Districts: Where do I vote?
Wilton is divided into three voting districts for all November elections (see below). All three polling places will be open from 6 a.m.-8 p.m. on Election Day. If you don’t know in which district you live, don’t fret: the registrars’ webpage on the town website has both a link to the voting district map as well as a section where voters can enter their addresses to find out where they vote.
District 1: Wilton High School, Clune Center Auditorium (395 Danbury Rd.); 143rd Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District
District 2: Cider Mill School Gym (240 School Rd.); 125th Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District
District 3: Middlebrook School Gym (131 School Rd.); 143rd Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District