The election is Tuesday. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
On the Ballot
Republican: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan
Democratic: Barack Obama and Joe Biden
Independent: Rocky Anderson and Luis Rodriguez
Libertarian: Gary Johnson and Jim Gray.
Republican: Linda McMahon
Democratic: Christopher Murphy
Libertarian: Paul Passarelli
(McMahon also appears on the Independent line. Murphy also appears on the Working Families line.)
U.S. Congress 3rd District
Republican: Wayne Winsley
Democratic: Rosa DeLauro
(DeLauro also appears on the Working Families line.)
15th District (Naugatuck)
Democratic: Joan Hartley
Working Families: Blair Bertaccini
Independent: Andrew Larsen
16th District (Prospect)
Republican: Joe Markley
Democratic: Corky Mazeruk
(Mazurek also appears on the Working Families line.)
17th District (Beacon Falls and Naugatuck)
Republican: Tony Szewczyk
Democratic: Joe Crisco
(Crisco also appears on the Working Families line.)
70th District (Naugatuck)
Republican: Rosa Rebimbas
89th District (Prospect)
Republican: Lezlye Zupkus
Democratic: Vickie Nardello
(Zupkus also appears on the Independent line.)
105th District (Beacon Falls)
Republican: Len Greene Jr.
Democratic: Theresa Conroy
(Conroy also appears on the Working Families line)
131st District (Naugatuck)
Republican: David Labriola
Registrar of Voters
Republican: Janice Dambowsky
Democratic: Louise Sheedy
Republican: Helen Mis
Democratic: Katherine Grace
Republican: Kathleen VanderEyk
Democratic: Katherine Blinstrubas
Laurel Ledge School, 30 Highland Ave.
District 89-1: Prospect Fire House, 26 New Haven Road
District 89-2: Community School, 12 Center St.
District 1-1: Cross Street School, 120 Cross St.
District 1-2: Andrew Avenue School, 164 Andrew Ave.
District 1-3: Andrew Avenue School, 164 Andrew Ave.
District 2-1: Central Avenue School, 28 Central Ave.
District 2-2: Cross Street School, 120 Cross St.
District 2-3: Maple Hill School, 641 Maple Hill Road
District 3-1: Oak Terrace Community Hall, 53 Conrad St.
District 3-2: City Hill Middle School, 441 City Hill St.
District 3-3: Western School, 108 Pine St.
Naugatuck voters will also be voting six proposed revisions to the Town Charter, including changing the length of the mayor’s term from two to four years, changing the municipal election from May to November, reducing the percentage of signatures needed to force a second and third referendum on the budget, and making the town clerk position appointed rather than elected.