MONROE, CT — Margaret J. Villani, the town’s Republican registrar of voters, reminds voters participating in Tuesday’s municipal election to wear a mask and bring identification when they go to the polls.
“We recognize vaccinated and unvaccinated, but the governor’s executive order requiring masks in schools is still in effect,” Villani said of measures in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
She said all of the polls workers will wear face coverings, throughout the day, and some may also choose to wear gloves.
All four polling places will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. The polls are:
- District 1: Fawn Hollow Elementary School, 345 Fan Hill Road
- District 2: Stepney Elementary School, 180 Old Newtown Road
- District 3: Monroe Elementary School, 375 Monroe Turnpike
- District 4: Masuk High School, 1014 Monroe Turnpike
First Selectman Ken Kellogg (R) is among several candidates who do not face a challenger. Others include Town Clerk Vida Stone (R), Treasurer Patrick O’Hara (R), Tax Collector Deborah Heim (R) and constable candidates Pat Tomchik (D) and Jim Weinberg (R).
Most of the elections for boards and commissions are competitive races. The candidates and boards are listed below, along with the maximum number residents may vote on. If there are more candidates than votes that can be cast, it is a competitive race.
To see profiles on individual candidates who provided one, click on the names that are hyperlinked.
Town Council (Vote for up to 9):
Board of Education (Vote for up to 5):
Board of Finance (Vote for up to 2)
Filling 2-year BOF vacancies (Vote for 1)
Planning and Zoning Commission (Vote for up to 2)
Planning and Zoning Alternate (Vote for up to 3)
Domenic Paniccia (D)