Election Day Roundup


Important Info for Wesleyan Students voting in CT:

POLLING HOURS:
6am – 8pm, Tuesday Nov 4
POLLING PLACE:
Middletown Senior Center, 150 Broad Street
Williams St entrance across from Broad St Books
[Google Map]
POLLING SHUTTLES:
10am – 7:30pm Departures on the hour and half hour
Usdan Center, Wyllys Ave entrance
VOTER ID REQUIREMENTS:
Drivers’ license, utility bill, paycheck or other ID needed
ID Requirements for first time voters

A selection of recent election-related posts on Wesleying:

Miscellaneous Election Day Links:

Vote well! If you have links that should be added to this post, put them in the comments and a Wesleying contributor will update this post at hir earliest convenience.

4 thoughts on “Election Day Roundup

  1. Anonymous

    You can go vote even if you aren’t registered, but you have to bring I.D. AND proof that you live at your Wesleyan address, like a bill. One problem: our mail goes to our P.O. Boxes, not our actual addresses. Can anyone think of a possible solution? I have a friend who was turned away this morning for this reason.

  2. Anonymous

    You can go vote even if you aren’t registered, but you have to bring I.D. AND proof that you live at your Wesleyan address, like a bill. One problem: our mail goes to our P.O. Boxes, not our actual addresses. Can anyone think of a possible solution? I have a friend who was turned away this morning for this reason.

  3. Jen Alexander

    The Middletown Eye has a photo of the first Wesleyan students who voted in Middletown today! Also, we bumped up the post letting people know that they can vote even if they did not register. This is especially important for people who ordered an absentee ballot from their homestate but never received it. I suggest that Wesleying do the same and lead with your “IT’S NOT TOO LATE” post! Be sure to let them know they have to bring their driver’s license, and that’s all (actually, I’m not sure if they can bring an out-of-state driver’s license! Someone should check on that…)Thanks for all you Wesleying-ers do!-Jen Alexander ’88

  4. Jen Alexander

    The Middletown Eye has a photo of the first Wesleyan students who voted in Middletown today! Also, we bumped up the post letting people know that they can vote even if they did not register. This is especially important for people who ordered an absentee ballot from their homestate but never received it. I suggest that Wesleying do the same and lead with your “IT’S NOT TOO LATE” post! Be sure to let them know they have to bring their driver’s license, and that’s all (actually, I’m not sure if they can bring an out-of-state driver’s license! Someone should check on that…)

    Thanks for all you Wesleying-ers do!

    -Jen Alexander ’88

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