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It's Election Day - Don't Forget Your Polling Places

November 6, 2012 by John Rook

It has finally arrived. Election Day 2012 is here. Polls opened at 6 a.m. this morning and will officially close at 8 p.m., marking the end to a long political year that has occupied much debate and time.
Voters in Cheshire will have a lot to decide today. Not only will they help determine who the President of the United State will be, they will also vote on a other national offices, from the U.S. Senate, where Congressman and Cheshire resident Chris Murphy (D) is taking on businesswoman Linda McMahon, to U.S. House of Representatives 5th District seat, where Cheshire resident Elizabeth Esty (D) is battling State Senator Andrew Roraback (R). Cheshire voters will also weigh in on many state races, such as State Representative Vickie Nardello (D) and her bid to retain her seat in the 89th House District against challenger Lezlye Zupkus (R); long-time State Representative Mary Fritz (D-90) as she takes on Cheshire businessman Guy Darter (R); veteran State Representative and Cheshire resident Al Adinolfi (R-103) as he looks to hold off fellow Cheshire resident Liz Linehan (D); the contentious battle in the 13th State Senate District between incumbent Len Suzio (R) and Meriden's Dante Bartolomeo (D); and State Senator Joe Markley (R) as he defends his 16th District seat against John "Corky" Mazurek.
Cheshire voters will also determine the fate of several referendum questions, including the much-debated upgrades to the Wastewater Treatment Plant.

District 1:
Cheshire High School
525 South Main Street

District 2:
Chapman School
38 Country Club Road

District 3:
1220 Waterbury Road

District 4:
Norton School
141 North Brooksvale Road

District 5:
Doolittle School
735 Cornwall Road

District 6:
Highland School
490 Highland Avenue

District 7:
Dodd Middle School
100 Park Place

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