New Haven
The 2020 election is a unique one for the Elm City — and everywhere else. Here’s a look into the past, present and future of New Haven electoral politics: voting issues and outcomes, an Election Day voter guide and how Tuesday’s results will affect New Haven communities and the issues they care about.

How to vote in New Haven today

City polling sites information contradicts state authorities, generating voter confusion

New Haven prepares to process absentee ballots amid unprecedented conditions

Voter registration in New Haven has increased since 2000

CT-03: Incumbent Democrat Rosa DeLauro seeks to defeat most formidable opponent in years to win 16th term

CT-03: Republican candidate Margaret Streicker looks to unseat 15-term incumbent

CT-03: Dr. Justin Paglino runs on Green Party line

CT-03: ‘Law and order’ or police reform?

SD-10 & 11: Six candidates run for District 10 and 11 state Senate seats

Registrar of Voters: Two third-party candidates vie for additional seat

Civic education and engagement: New Haven organizations think 2020 and beyond

Latinx community members urge New Haven to “vote against hate”

Black communities prepare for high-stakes election

Local unions campaign for Biden