By the end of the night Sept. 10, the Norwalk Democratic party will have its candidate for the city's top office.
After campaigning against each other and current incumbent Mayor Richard Moccia since January, former town clerk Andy Garfunkel, former police chief Harry Rilling, Common Councilman Matt Miklave and District D Democratic chairman Vinny Mangiacopra will square off on Tuesday's primary election ballot.
Only registered Norwalk Democrats can vote in the primary.
The four candidates will appear on the ballot in the below order -- by last name alphabetically:
- Andy Garfunkel
- Vinny Mangiacopra
- Matt Miklave
- Harry Rilling
Polls will be open Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The city is uses different voting districts and polling sites during municipal elections than it does during state and federal elections. This primary for a mayoral candidate is a municipal election.
Below are the polling sites by district.
A1: Tracey Elementary School, 20 Camp St.
A2: St. Mary's Community Hall, 669 West Ave.
A3: Kendall Elementary School, 57 Fillow St.
A4: Nathan Hale Middle School, 176 Strawberry Hill Ave.
B1: Columbus Elementary School, 46 Concord Street
B2: Nathaniel Ely School, 11 Ingalls Ave.
C1: Marvin Elementary School, 15 Calf Pasture Beach Roard
C2: Nathan Hale Middle School
D1: Ponus Ridge Middle School, 21 Hunters Lane
D2: West Rocks Middle School, 81 West Rocks Road
E1: Brookside Elementary School, 382 Highland Ave.
E2: Rowayton Elementary School, 1 Roton Ave.
E3: Fox Run Elementary School, 228 Fillow St.
To find a map of Norwalk municipal voting districts, go here: http://www.itsrelevant.com/media/images/norwalk-voting-map.jpg
To look up your polling station by address, you can access the city's database here: http://my.norwalkct.org/evoterpoll/