9/21: Connecticut's State Elections Enforcement Commission is considering a probe into possible ballot fraud in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
9/12: A Bridgeport mayoral candidate won 75 percent of the absentee ballots, causing some Connecticut citizens to call for a probe into possible voter fraud.
8/1: Connecticut’s Secretary of State, Denise Merrill, discusses how the state is working to ensure election security for the 2020 elections.
5/28: The Connecticut state legislature is considering New Milford Republican Bill Buckbee’s proposal that the state use blockchain technology to gather and maintain voter data.
5/3: Candidates in a Bridgeport delegate race have asked for oversight on absentee ballots after fraud concerns.
5/3: Those running to replace deceased state representative Ezequiel Santiago have raised concerns about possible mail-in ballot fraud in Connecticut.
1/30: Former Stamford Democratic Party chief, John Mallozzi, was charged with falsifying ballots during a 2015 municipal election.
10/20: Republican and Democratic registrars in Connecticut filed a joint complaint about the Connecticut DMV's role in registering voters.
5/10: Connecticut is the latest blue state to join the The National Popular Vote Compact, which seeks to eliminate the Electoral College.
5/7: Connecticut has voted to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which works to negate the electoral college.