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Polls Open Today for Special Election

Windsor residents can vote for their next judge of probate.

Months after the death of Windsor's beloved Judge Brian Griffin, voters will head to polling places in Windsor, East Windsor and South Windsor to elect his successor.

A tough campaign season and a Democratic primary have resulted in four candidates on the ballot, including two Independents, all of them South Windsor residents.

Democrat and former South Windsor Judge of Probate Marianne Lassman Fisher faces off against Republican Nominee Kevin McCann, and Independents Keith Yagaloff and Judity Paquin.

Polling places will be open across town from 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Not sure where to vote? Click here to enter your address and find your voting district.

Addresses for polling places and their corresponding district numbers are as follows:

District 1 —  (599 Matianuck Avenue)

District 2 —  (530 Park Avenue)

District 3 —  (330 Windsor Avenue)

District 4 —  (275 Broad Street)

District 5 —  (730 Kennedy Road)

District 6 —  (1760 Poquonock Avenue)

District 7 — Rainbow Firehouse (750 Rainbow Road)

kathy chiappetta August 21, 2012 at 02:40 PM
Attorney Kevin McCann is the best choice. He has the answers. He has taught courses for Probate Judges and has been relied upon by Probate Judges to resolve complex cases. As Probate Judge, he won't have to depend on outside council to do his job!! You get accuracy and also save time and money. Vote today for Kevin McCann.

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