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Election 2012: Polling Places for Farmington's Voting Districts

Make sure you know where to go before Nov. 6.

As the Nov. 6 election nears, knowing where you'll be voting is important if you plan to cast a ballot for president, U.S. Senate, 5th Congressional District and for state House and Senate.

Here is a list of the polling places for each of Farmington's districts. The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Voting District Polling Place Address District 1, Precinct 1, 2, 3, 4 Irving Robbins Middle School
20 Wolf Pit Road
District 1, Precinct 5 West Woods Upper Elementary School 50 Judson Lane District 2, Precinct 6 Community/Senior Center
321 New Britain Ave. District 2, Precinct 7 Municipal Campus (High School, Library or Town Hall) 10 Monteith Drive

The entire Town of Farmington is in the 5th U.S. Congressional District. Farmington incorporates all of the 21st State Representative District and a portion of the 19th State Representative District. Portions of Farmington are included in the 5th and the 6th State Senate Districts. There are two local voting districts - District 1 is divided into 5 Precincts; District 2 is divided into 2 Precincts. 

If you're not sure which voting district you're in, you can look it up on the Secretary of State's website by clicking on the link provided. Or find your house on this map from the town of Farmington. 

Committee to Elect. November 05, 2012 at 03:15 AM
Some political analyst are saying Mr. John Pistone will make a big upset in the 5th Congressional District of Connecticut.

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