When do the polling stations open? What’s on the ballot? A live voter guide

It is Presidential Preference Primary Day here in Nutmeg State. Voters here, as well as those in New York, Rhode Island and Wisconsin, vote for the candidate they want to represent their political party.

A total of 60 Democratic delegates and 28 Republican delegates are available in Connecticut. Between the four states, there are a total of 436 Democratic delegates and 179 Republican delegates available.

At this point in the process, both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump won enough delegates to secure their party’s nomination.

Stay with us today as we report any issues with the surveys and will receive the results back to you as soon as they are available.

Can I vote in today’s Connecticut primary?

In Connecticut, voters can only vote for the party in which they are registered. There is no same-day voter registration for the presidential preference election, although there will be for the November 5 general election.

What time do the polling stations open?

Polling stations will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Where can I vote?

To find your voting location, click on this link to access the Secretary of State website.

For readers in cities covered by the Bulletin, we’ve already done the work for you. Click here to find out where you can vote in Norwich, Griswold, Killingly and Plainfield.

Who is on the ballot?

The Republican ballot includes Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Donald Trump and Ryan Binkley.

On the Democratic ballot are Marianne Williamson, Dean Phillips, Cenk Uygur and Joe Biden. The Republican and Democratic ballots also include the no-commitment voting option.

Where can I get the results?

Results will be released as soon as they are available, but none will be available until polls close at 8 p.m.

Live results: Here is a breakdown as the results are published

Connor Linskey contributed to this report.

This article was originally published on Gardner News: CT Presidential Primary Live: What’s on your ballot when polls open

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