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Sample New London Ballot

What you'll see in the voting booth on Tuesday

The Connecticut Secretary of State's Office has included sample ballots for each town in the state for Tuesday's election. The ballot for New London includes the following races:

President and Vice President of the United States

  • Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan (Republican)
  • Barack Obama and Joe Biden (Democratic)
  • Rocky Anderson and Luis Rodriguez (Independent)
  • Gary Johnson and Jim Gray (Libertarian)

Senate

  • Linda McMahon (Republican; also endorsed by the Independent Party)
  • Chris Murphy (Democratic; also endorsed by the Working Families Party)
  • Paul Passarelli (Libertarian)

House of Representatives, Second Congressional District

  • Paul Formica (Republican)
  • Joe Courtney (Democratic; also endorsed by the Working Families Party)
  • Colin Bennett (Green)
  • Daniel Reale (Libertarian)

State Senate, 20th District

  • Mike Doyle (Republican; also endorsed by the Independent Party)
  • Andrea Stillman (Democratic)
  • Mark Guttman (Libertarian)

State House of Representatives, 39th District (Districts 1 and 2 only)

  • Daniel Docker (Republican)
  • Ernest Hewett (Democratic)

State House of Representatives, 41st District (District 3 only)

  • Harry Watson (Republican)
  • Elissa Wright (Democratic)

 

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Shannon Brenek November 04, 2012 at 10:31 PM
Dirk - you have MItt Romney and MItt Romney for President and VP:)
William November 05, 2012 at 12:59 AM
There are so many Mitt's he's having a hard time keeping track.
Dirk Langeveld November 05, 2012 at 03:42 AM
Thanks, Shannon. Just fixed it. A remnant of rearranging the names to make sure it coincided with the ballot layout.
Spencer November 06, 2012 at 01:08 PM
Ok---where were all of the advertisements and ballot signings for Rocky Anderson and Luis Rodriguez for the Independent party????? I do not like either Obuma or Robme--If there were other canidates on this list--why did they not get the coverage? Do we seriously want only people who can spend multimillions on their campaigns to get a $400,000 a year job? Do we really want just two parties to vie for the most important position in America? Why are we not allowed to hear about other canidates--that may be able to be better people for the job then the choice we are given? Why even bother putting Rocky Anderson and Luis Rodriguez on the ballots at all---if nobody but their family members ever heard of them????

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