10:50 p.m. — See Trumbull's unofficial election results here.

6:15 — With just two hours to go, about 44% of Trumbull voters have cast a ballot. As of 6 p.m. tonight, 10,636 Trumbull voters have made it to the polls. Four years ago, turnout at this time was 48%, or 11,831 voters.

Polls close at 8 p.m.

Update — As of 3 p.m. today, 7,635 of Trumbull's 23,997 registered voters have made it to the polls.

12 p.m. — As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, 4,392 Trumbull voters have cast ballots. This compares to 4,873 votes around this time four years ago.

There are four municipal voting districts and polling places in Trumbull. To find your polling place, click here. If you have any questions on voting in Trumbull, please call the registrars office 203-452-5058 or 203-452-5059.

Trumbull voters will determine everything from who will be governor to who will represent them in the U.S. Congress and the state legislature. In addition, voters will be asked if they want to change the state constitution and the town charter.

Voters who meet eligibility requirements (over 18, a citizen of the United States living in Connecticut, etc.) but who are not registered may do so at Trumbull Town Hall Council Chambers, 5866 Main Street today. Residents seeking to register on Election Day must show both proof of identity and proof of residency.

After the polls close at 8, tune your computer, smartphone, or tablet to hanradio.com  or the TrumbullTimes.com homepage for live election results. Rob Adams will anchor our coverage, with Josh Fisher and John Kovach providing analysis of the key races at the state and local levels. Hersam Acorn editors and reporters will join the broadcast with further analysis and interviews. Special guests, including many of the candidates, are expected to come on.