So exactly how many ballots were actually counted in the August Primary?

After waiting two weeks for additional ballots to trickle in, here is the data on absentee ballots issued versus counted, along with info on ballots arriving late, being rejected for errors, or simply not arriving at all.  The bottom line, a minimum of 7%, or one out of every 15 ballots could not be counted.

This first chart shows a significant number of ballots were issued, but not returned.  Also shown for perspective are the number of ballots which were returned late, and not counted.

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Comparing COVID Voting in CT and NJ

My sister-in-law asked me for a breakdown of the differences in how two nearby states are handling voting under COVID.

Below is a small comparison table I put together.

As the US Constitution reserves the rights and duty to conduct elections to the states, there are numerous differences in the way our 50 "laboratories of democracy" perform their roles.

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In Person Voting Survey

Approximately 100 people filled out the survey on the Town of Greenwich website after the primary. 

Some of the more interesting findings.

1.  Most voters felt "Extremely Safe - As Safe As Possible" (78%) or "Very Safe" (16%).

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Absentee Ballot Voting Survey

Approximately 150 people filled out the survey on the Town of Greenwich website after the primary. 

Some of the more interesting findings.

1.  Most voters used the United States Postal Service to return their balllots.

 

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