Early voting will not occur in Connecticut before 2021, if ever, the House of Representatives determined Thursday. Only a simple majority of representatives approved of asking voters on the ballot whether Connecticut residents should be allowed to vote before election day. Many Republicans voiced concerns that creating more voting days would be expensive for town. Meanwhile, Democrats said the provision would allow more people to access the polls. … The simple majority means major hurdles are ahead before the state constitution could be amended to permit early voting.Full Article: Long road ahead for Connecticut early voting, despite House approval - New Canaan News.
Apr 20 2018