There will be a town-wide referendum vote on Wednesday, April 11 for the proposed $64.7 million .
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All voting is held from 6am to 8pm at . Registered voters as well as electors (those owning property in town assessed at $1,000 or more on the current grand list) are eligible and encouraged to vote. Please note that if the only parcel of property in Clinton you "own" is held in trust, you are not considered an elector of the town and are therefore not eligible to vote as the trust owns the land or property.
Those unable to make it to the polls that day can pick up an absentee ballot in the Town Clerk’s office. The town clerk's office at town hall is open Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday from 9am to 4pm; they are open late on Thursdays from 9am to 7pm and close early on Fridays, 9am to noon.
You can come to the town clerk's office to fill out your ballot and hand it back in, or you can take it home. Please note that the office does need the original ballot for your vote to count.
You can fax or email (a scanned copy) of your application for an absentee ballot to the office.
You can download a copy of the absentee ballot application through the Connecticut Secretary of State's office. Click here to go to that site.
There will be two public informational meetings regarding the proposed new school which include a tour of the existing school. They will be held on and on . Both meetings will be held in the cafeteria at the Morgan School.