Secretary of the State Denise Merrill announced that her office will once again be opening the election hotline in coordination with the State Elections Enforcement Commission to respond to potential problems at the polls during state and federal primaries on Tuesday.
"Though we do not expect any issues, our offices are prepared to address concerns should anything arise on Primary Day," Merrill said in a statement. "Voters have multiple ways to contact our offices should there be any problems this Tuesday with the state and federal primaries. I encourage voters to contact us through e-mail or call our offices from their mobile devices or land line if there are any problems to report. Through our combined efforts and resources, my office and the State Elections Enforcement Commission should be able to immediately respond to any situation."
Voters who use the hotline can do so anonymously, but are asked to state the town and polling place where the incident occurred, and to provide as many details as possible.
To report Primary Day issues and/or concerns, call 1-866-SEEC-INFO (1-866-733-2463).
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