Legal Notice of Election Audit
A hand count of ballots from five percent of all polling places that use optical scanners to be matched against machine totals, which will affirm the integrity of the vote
HARTFORD- Secretary of the State Denise Merrill randomly selected voting precincts to have primary results audited following the November 3 election. Five percent of the polling places that use optical scan machines are subject to the audit, as prescribed by Connecticut General Statutes 9-320f. Those hand counted ballots will be matched against vote totals from optical scan machines.
Plainfield (Central Village polling place) has been randomly selected to participate in this audit. The hand count of ballots from this polling place will take place on Monday, November 30th at 5PM at the Plainfield Town Hall – 8 Community Ave.
The public is invited to observe.
|Voting District||Location of Polling Place|
|1||Town Hall – 8 Community Ave. Plainfield, CT 06374|
|2||Ctrl Village Fire Dept. Black Hill Rd., Ctrl Village|
|3||Moosup Fire Dept., So. Main St., Moosu|
|4||Atwood Hose Fire Dept., Route 205 , Wauregan|
The Plainfield Town Clerk is elected by the voters for a four-year term and serves as the Recorder of Deeds and the Registrar of Vital Statistics. Each town clerk may appoint assistant town clerks who shall, in the absence or inability of the town clerk, have all the powers and perform all the duties of the Town Clerk.
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