Today is Primary Day in Connecticut. Wilton’s three polling locations are open for anyone registered in either the Republican or Democratic parties to vote in-person.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. today. Wilton residents will vote at their usual polling location; to find your precinct visit the Registrars of Voters lookup page.

Wilton is divided into three voting districts for Primaries.

District 1:   Wilton High School Clune Auditorium
395 Danbury Road
143rd Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District
District 2:   Cider Mill School Cafeteria
240 School Road
125th Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District
District 3:   Middlebrook School Cafeteria
131 School Road
143rd Assembly District, 26th State Senate, 4th Congressional District

There are new COVID-19 precautions in place at polling places. The registrars have produced videos explaining how procedures will be different. Those videos are available to watch here.

Anyone voting by absentee ballot who has not yet submitted a ballot has two options:

  • Ballots can be deposited in the secure ballot box in front of the Wilton Police station, behind Town Hall, by 8 p.m. this evening.
  • Gov. Ned Lamont signed an executive order allowing absentee ballots to be postmarked by Tuesday, Aug. 11. He extended the deadline because of the storm, mail delays, and the Secretary of State’s delay in mailing ballots.

Sample ballots are available online.