Everything You Need to Know about Tuesday's Election

Here's your guide to the candidates, the polls, the results

Here's the Montville Patch guide to Tuesday's election!


You can register to vote until Monday at noon. To register, go to the Registrar of Voters office in Town Hall, and for proof of residency, bring a Connecticut driver's license or photo ID, or a letter you received within the past 30 days. You can get a form at the Registrars' office, or on the Registrars' website.

Absentee ballots are available at the Town Clerk's office in Montville Town Hall, or you can download an application by clicking here.

The rules on absentee ballots are a little complicated, but you can read them in the pdf that accompanies this story.

Want to see a sample ballot? There's one in the photo box that accompanies this story.


The polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

Here's where you vote. If you don't know what district you live in, click on the District numbers to see a map. 

District 1 and District 6 vote in the gymnasium in .

District 2 and District 5 vote at

District 3 and District 4 vote at


For Mayor

Vote for one. If the candidate's name is highlighted, click on it to see the profile that ran on the Montville Patch.

- Democrat

- unaffiliated, endorsed by the Republican and Independence for Montville parties

For Town Council

Vote for seven


  • Billy Caron

Republican and Independence for Montville

For Board of Education 

Vote for four


  • Deborah Reed-Iler
  • Jim Wood

Republican and Independence for Montville

  • Robert Mitchell
  • David Rowley

Board of Assessment Appeals

  • John Geary - Democrat
  • Shirley Morphis - Republican

Zoning Board of Appeals

Vote for three


  • Ellen Lakowsky
  • Douglas Adams

Republicans and Independence for Montville

  • Al Wittkofske
  • Thomas McNally

Montville Patch stories

To read all the election stories that have run on the Montville Patch, click on  "Elections 2011" in the blue bar at the top of the page, or click here!

The Montville Patch will bring you election results as soon as they are known on Tuesday.

Ellen Hillman November 06, 2011 at 04:43 PM
The most important thing is that you get out and vote on Tuesday. Stop by the Republican Town Committee booth and guess the candy jar or name the elephant.


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