For primary, absentee voting is opened up due to pandemic
Never-Trumper Repubicans can vote for Roque ‘Rocky’ De La Fuente, a California businessman, rather than the incumbent president. Bernie Bros will still have a chance to vote for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders — or Hawaii’s Tulsi Gabbard — to register a protest vote against Joe Biden as the Democratic candidate for president.
But the real contest will be Kim Healy versus William Duff — for the Republican Party’s 26th District State Senate nomination.
Connecticut’s primary is coming Aug. 11 and includes both Republican and Democratic presidential ballots, although the consensus is that the outcomes in those races are decided — it’s a pretty safe bet that November’s election will come down to Republican Trump against Democrat Biden.
All eligible Connecticut voters — registered Republicans and Democrats, but not unaffiliated voters — were mailed absentee ballot applications after the July fourth weekend, although polling places will still be open for in-person voting on Aug. 11.
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