Connecticut voters will be allowed to cast mail-in ballots for the presidential primary if a COVID-19 vaccine isn’t available by August

Per a new executive order issued Wednesday by Gov. Ned Lamont, every Connecticut voter will be able to cast a mail-in or drop-off absentee ballot in the state’s delayed-to-August presidential primary election if no COVID-19 vaccine is widely available by then.

Connecticut voters will be allowed to cast mail-in ballots for the presidential primary if a COVID-19 vaccine isn’t available by August

Every Connecticut voter will be able to cast a mail-in or drop-off absentee ballot in the state’s delayed-to-August presidential primary election if no COVID-19 vaccine is widely available by then, per a new executive order issued Wednesday by Gov. Ned Lamont.

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