'Super Tuesday' voting information at a glance

More than 40 percent of the country is expected to be casting ballots and caucusing on "Super-Duper Tuesday," according to the Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz.

Connecticut is among 23 states holding primaries or caucuses on Tuesday.

Positions on the ballots in the state were determined in a public drawing Jan. 2. Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Rudy Giuliani got the top lines in the largest total field of candidates ever to appear on a Connecticut primary ballot, according to the Secretary of the State.

� The ballot order for the Republican primary is:

Rudolph Giuliani; Fred Thompson; Mitt Romney; John McCain; Duncan Hunter; Ron Paul; Mike Huckabee, Alan Keyes and Uncommitted.

� The ballot order for the Democratic primary is: Barack Obama; Dennis Kucinich; Mike Gravel; Bill Richardson; John Edwards; Chris Dodd; Joe Biden; Hillary Clinton and Uncommitted.

Monday, Feb. 4, at noon is the in-person deadline for new and unaffiliated voters to register with a party for voting in the primary.

Absentee ballots are available in the town clerk's office in area town halls.

Hours: Polls will be open Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. in all area towns.

New Milford polling places

District 1: Northville Elementary School, Hipp Road.

District 2: Catherine E. Lillis Administration Building, 50 East St.

District 3: John Pettibone School, Pickett District Road.

District 4: Gaylordsville firehouse, Kent Road.

District 5: Schaghticoke Middle School, Hipp Road.

District 6: Hill and Plain School, Old Town Park Road.

District 7: Lanesville fire station, Lanesville Road.

Final New Milford results will be tabulated in the Loretta Brickley Room on the lower level of town hall.

In Bridgewater voters will cast their ballots at the firehouse on Route 133 near the center of town

In Washington, Kent, Sherman, Warren and Roxbury voters will cast ballots in their respective town halls.