The office of Carole Young-Kleinfeld and Tina Gardner, Wilton's co-registrars, is open until 8:00p.m. on Tuesday (Oct. 29) for anyone who would like to register to vote on Nov. 5.
Bring a proof of identification and residence.
Also for the first time, on Nov. 5, voters will be able to register to vote and cast a ballot on the same day by going to the Town Hall Conference Room between 6:00a.m. and 8:00p.m. with proof of identification and proof of residence.
According to Gardner, there are no contested races on Nov. 5 "as long as they each get one vote, they'll be elected."
Attached is the ballot (it is two-sided). Note that although in the Board of education and Constable races it appears there are more candidates than offices, but this reflects a state requirement. Gardner explained that, for example, while voters are asked to select two of the three BOE candidates, all will win (if they each receive one vote).
On an interesting note, the registrars shared the number of Wilton voters registered with each party and number unaffiliated as follows: