Election notes           

The election is Nov. 6. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On the ballot

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Democratic: Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz

Republican: Bob Stefanowski and Joe Markley

Libertarian: Rodney Hanscomb and Jeffrey Thibeault

Amigo Constitution Liberty Party: Mark Stewart Greenstein and John Demitrus

Griebel Frank for CT Party: Oz Griebel and Monte E. Frank

(Lamont and Bysiewicz also appear on the Working Families Party line. Stefanowski and Joe Markley also appear on the Independent Party line.)

U.S. Senator

Democratic: Christopher S. Murphy

Republican: Matthew Corey

Libertarian: Richard Lion

Green: Jeff Russell

(Murphy also appears on the Working Families Party line.)

Representative in Congress

Democratic: Rosa DeLauro

Republican: Angel Cadena

(DeLauro also appears on the Working Families Party line.)

Secretary of State

Democratic: Denise W. Merrill

Republican: Susan Chapman

Libertarian: Heather Lynn Sylvestre Gwynn

Green: S. Michael DeRosa

(Merrill also appears on the Working Families Party line. Chapman also appears on the Independent Party line.)

Treasurer

Democratic: Shawn Wooden

Republican: Thad Gray

Libertarian: Jesse Brohinsky

(Wooden also appears on the Working Families Party line. Gray also appears on the Independent Party line.)

Comptroller

Democratic: Kevin Lembo

Republican: Kurt Miller

Libertarian: Paul Passarelli

Green: Edward G. Heflin

(Lembo also appears on the Working Families Party line. Miller also appears on the Independent Party line.)

Attorney General

Democratic: William Tong

Republican: Sue Hatfield

Green: Peter D. Goselin

(Tong also appears on the Working Families Party line. Hatfield also appears on the Independent Party line.)

Judge of Probate

Democratic: Peter E. Mariano

Republican: Peter E. Mariano

State Senator

15th District (Naugatuck)

Democratic: Joan Hartley

Independent: James Russell

16th District (Prospect)

Democratic: Vickie Orsini Nardello

Republican: Rob Sampson

(Nardello also appears on the Working Families Party line. Sampson also appears on the Independent Party line.)

17th District (Beacon Falls and Naugatuck)

Democratic: Jorge Cabrera

Republican: George Logan

(Cabrera also appears on the Working Families Party line. Logan also appears on the Independent Party line.)

State Representative

70th District (Naugatuck)

Republican: Rosa Rebimbas

89th District (Prospect)

Democratic: Anne Harrigan

Republican: Lezlye Zupkus

(Zupkus also appears on the Independent Party line.)

105th District (Beacon Falls)

Democratic: Kevin McDuffie

Republican: Nicole Klarides-Ditria

(Klarides-Ditria also appears on the Independent Party line.)

131st District (Naugatuck)

Democratic: James Kiochko

Republican: David Labriola

Registrar of Voters (Naugatuck)

Democratic: Louise Sheedy

Republican: Matthew R. Katra

Registrar of Voters (Prospect)

Democratic: Katherine S. Blinstrubas

Republican: Marianne W. Byrne

Polling locations

Naugatuck

Ward 1, District 1 & Ward 2, District 2

Cross Street School, 120 Cross St.

Ward 1, District 2 & Ward 1, District 3

Andrew Avenue School, 164 Andrew Ave.

Ward 2, District 1

Central Avenue School, 28 Central Ave.

Ward 2, District 3

Maple Hill School, 641 Maple Hill Road

Ward 3, District 1

Oak Terrace, 53 Conrad St.

Ward 3, District 2

City Hill Middle School, 441 City Hill St.

Ward 3, District 3

Western Elementary School, 108 Pine St.

Beacon Falls

Laurel Ledge School, 30 Highland Ave.

Prospect

District 89-1

Volunteer Fire Department of Prospect, 26 New Haven Road

District 89-2

Community Center, 12 Center St.