Outgoing Democratic councilwoman Anna Duleep and the Democratic Registrar of Voters have announced a Council on Your Corner event to make it easier for voters to prepare for elections this fall.
"It can be difficult during the week to get to City Hall by 4:30 p.m. and then find parking there," Duleep says.
She says the event gives anybody coming back from lunch or getting off of work early an easier opportunity to stay politically active.
With a mayoral primary election coming Sept. 10, the event gives voters the chance to sign all four candidates petitions to appear on the primary ballot. Each candidate needs 775 signatures by Aug. 7.
Voters also have access to Deputy Democratic Registrar Bob Sodaro, who will field questions.
"You can look up where you're supposed to vote if, say, you've changed your address in Norwalk," Duleep says. "You can change from unaffiliated to Democrat if you want to vote in this year's primary. We'll have the forms here."
Duleep, who is running for City Sheriff in November, has opened her campaign headquarters at 29 Wall Street for the event. Council on Your Corner runs 2-7 p.m. on Friday July 26 and 11 am to 8 p.m. on Monday, July 29.