It's hard to believe anyone could be unaware by now that tomorrow is Election Day. In fact, hundreds of thousands of people in Connecticut have already voted by absentee ballot.
For those who have not yet voted, tomorrow is the day. We hope you plan to vote, that you know where your polling place is, and that you plan to wear a mask, keep socially distant and bring your own pen (black or blue ink).
We also hope you have taken some time to familiarize yourself with the candidates -- not just for president, but for Congress, the state Senate and state House of Representatives -- and with any initiatives that may be on the ballot in your town.
If you need information, you can find a wealth of it on the Secretary of the State's website here. The "Elections Voting Home Page" offers information including how to stay safe at the polls and town-by-town sample ballots. It also offers links to check whether you are registered to vote and where to cast your ballot in person in your district.
I probably don't have to tell you that this an important and significant election, and I hope I don't have to motivate you to get out and vote. Instead, I will thank you for participating in this election and meeting your civic responsibility.
Good luck to all the candidates!