September 25, 2023 •
Connecticut Special Session Scheduled
Gov. Lamont called for a second special session to convene on September 26.
This session is seeking the approval of several pieces of legislation, including changing the date set by state statute for Connecticut to hold its presidential preference primary and also authorizing the Office of Secretary of the State to retain election monitors in certain municipalities.
Connecticut is currently one of the last states in the nation to hold its presidential primary.
The legislation being considered will move the date of the primary up four weeks from the last Tuesday in April to the first Tuesday in April.
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