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Make your voting plan now — it only takes a few minutes

We’re one week away from Election Day, and more than half a million people in Connecticut have already cast their ballots — are you one of them?

If you’ve received your absentee ballot, I strongly recommend that you drop it off at your local drop box.

With recent USPS delays, I can’t stress this enough: do NOT mail it back at this point unless you have to.

Click here to find your nearest drop box location.

No matter how you’re voting, just be sure to make a plan! It only takes a few minutes.

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