DARIEN, Conn. – Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday for Darien residents to cast their ballots for First Selectman and in other municipal races.
First Selectman Jayme Stevenson is running unopposed for Darien’s top office this year. Fellow Republicans Gerry Nielsen and Susan Marks and Democrats E. Reilly Tierney and Christopher “Kip” Hall already are assured their spots on the Board of Selectmen.
Darien voters also will cast ballots in the race for Tax Collector, Town Clerk, Town Treasurer, Representative Town Meeting, Board of Education, Board of Finance, Plan and Zoning Commission, Board of Assessment Appeals and Constables.
You can read about the Democratic candidates for Selectmen and Board of Education here . You also can get information on the Republican slate for the school board here , and the “We Are United” campaign for selectmen here .
For those ready to cast their ballots, here are Darien’s six polling places:
District 1: Board of Education headquarters, 35 Leroy Ave. District 2: Tokeneke School, 7 Old Farm Road District 3: Holmes School, 18 Hoyt St. District 4: Hindley School, 10 Nearwater Lane District 5: McGuane Fieldhouse, 221 Noroton Ave. District 6: Darien Town Hall, 2 Renshaw Road
To see the full ballot for Darien, read this story from The Daily Voice.
Darien Public Schools will be closed Tuesday while three of its schools act as polling places.
Connecticut will allow same-day Election Day voter registration for residents who are not signed up to vote or who want to change the town in which they vote. That registration must be done at Town Hall with a registrar of voters. Proof of residency and identity will be required. Read more about same-day voter registration here in The Daily Voice.
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