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Election Q & A: Early Voting Clarifications

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We've been receiving quite a few voting related questions, so keep on leaving comments asking more. Earlier, we tackled video and photography. Now we clarify some questions regarding Early Voting and Vote-by Mail.

In regards to Early Voting, does that mean anyone who's registered to vote can vote at that Norwalk place?

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Yes, if you're registered to vote, you can vote in person at the Register-Recorder/County Clerk's office in Norwalk. This info sheet (.pdf) has the address and hours.

Wait, how do I confirm that I'm registered?

That's an easy one. Go this webpage and fill out the info. It will let you know if you are registered and where your local polling place for Election Day is located.

How long will Early Voting in Norwalk take?

Depending on how busy it is, it could be 15 minutes or 45 minutes. And if the popularity of the program unexpectedly picks up... well, you never know. The Registrar-Recorder's office recommends that you arrive ready to know how you will vote to expedite the process.