Li­brary pro­gram ex­plains vot­ing, an­swers ques­tions

The Register Citizen (Torrington, CT) - - NEWS -

KENT — The Kent Memo­rial Li­brary is pre­sent­ing “Vot­ing: Got Ques­tions? We’ve Got An­swers” Oct. 27 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Read­ing Room.

Kent’s reg­is­trar of vot­ers and the town clerk will an­swer ques­tions such as: What is a tab­u­la­tor? What about cy­ber at­tacks? What hap­pens if my name isn’t on the of­fi­cial voter list? How do I change par­ties? Where do I get an ab­sen­tee bal­lot? Why do I have to give my road name first? What does the mod­er­a­tor do? What if I haven’t reg­is­tered and want to vote?

“Al­though fo­cused on Kent, ev­ery­thing we will be dis­cussing per­tains to all the towns and cities in Con­necti­cut. We all fol­low the same laws and reg­u­la­tions and we all use the same vot­ing equip­ment and com­puter pro­grams,” said Reg­is­trar Karen Chase. “We will have voter regis­tra­tion forms avail­able for peo­ple who need to reg­is­ter. And we can check voter regis­tra­tion sta­tus.”

This pro­gram is free and open to pub­lic. Seat­ing is limited. Reg­is­ter by call­ing 860-927-3761, go­ing to kent­memo­ri­al­li­ on­line cal­en­dar, email­ing km­linfo@bib­, or stop by the li­brary.

The Kent Memo­rial Li­brary is lo­cated at 32 North Main St. Visit kent­memo­ri­al­li­ for in­for­ma­tion.

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