Following are the names that will appear on Election Day ballots in Shelton. Polls will be open from 6 a.m.-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Shelton polling places are Elizabeth Shelton School (First District), Shelton Intermediate School (Second  District), Long Hill School (Third District), and Mohegan School (Fourth District).

Shelton voters are in one of two state representative districts (113th or 122nd), and one of two U.S. Congress districts (3rd or 4th).

Two candidates are running unopposed — Jason Perillo for state representative in the 113th District, and Fred J. Anthony for judge of probate. The candidates for registrar of voters will both be elected, as each party has its own registrar.

In the race for governor, the names of petitioning candidates Joe Visconti and Chester Frank Harris (running together for governor and lieutenant governor) will appear on the ballot although they have dropped out of the race.

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GOVERNOR AND LT. GOVERNOR

Republican

Thomas C. Foley

and Heather Somers

(also, Independent Party)

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Democrat

Dannel P. Malloy

and Nancy Wyman

(also, Working Families Party)

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Petitioning

Joe Visconti

and Chester Frank Harris

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REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS

(4th District)

Republican

Dan Debicella

(also, Independent Party)

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Democrat

Jim Himes

(also, Working Families Party)

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REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS

(3rd District)

Republican

James E. Brown

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Democrat

Rosa L. DeLauro

(also, Working Families Party)

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STATE SENATOR

(21st District)

Republican

Kevin C. Kelly

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Democrat

Prez Palmer

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE

(113th District)

Republican

Jason Perillo

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE

(122nd District)

Republican

Ben McGorty

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Green Party

Kelly Hanna

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Petitioning

Cheryl S. Jansen

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SECRETARY OF THE STATE

Republican

Peter Lumaj

(also, Independent Party)

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Democrat

Denise W. Merrill

(also, Working Families Party)

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Green Party

S. Michael DeRosa

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TREASURER

Republican

Timothy M. Herbst

(also, Independent Party)

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Democrat

Denise L. Nappier

(also, Working Families Party)

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COMPTROLLER

Republican

Sharon J. McLaughlin

(also, Independent Party)

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Democrat

Kevin Lembo

(also, Working Families Party)

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Green Party

Ralph W. Maurer

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ATTORNEY GENERAL

Republican

Kie Westby

(also, Independent Party)

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Democrat

George Jepsen

(also, Working Families Party)

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Green Party

Stephen E. Fournier

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JUDGE OF PROBATE

Republican

Fred J. Anthony

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REGISTRAR OF VOTERS

Republican

Peter R. Pavone

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Democrat

John “Jack” Finn

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QUESTIONS (vote yes or no):

1. Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to remove restrictions concerning absentee ballots and to permit a person to vote without appearing at a polling place on the day of an election?

2. Shall the $5,000,000 appropriation and bond authorization for the reconstruction and resurfacing of roads in the city of Shelton be approved?