Thanks to the Yale School of Public Health, voters casting their ballots Tuesday will be able to get vaccinated too. Under the Yale-organized Vote & Vax program, vaccination clinics are being set up inside or near polling stations nationwide. The program will set up 250 clinics in 36 states, including 11 clinics in Connecticut. Douglas Shenson, associate clinical professor at the School of Public Health, who organized this year’s vaccination effort, said in a press release that the program’s goal is practical rather than political — to give people a convenient way to get vaccinated. Incidentally, individuals over 50 years old are not only the most likely to vote, making up 70 percent of the voter population, but also the most likely to be infected with influenza.