In Connecticut, elections and voting are covered by state and federal law, as well as local municipal governments. While Title 9 of the Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) covers elections and Title 3 covers State Elective Officers, be sure to check the index as there are other statutes related to elections and voting.
The U.S. Constitution, ArtI.S4.C1.1.1 The Elections Clause, regulates the time, place, and manner of congressional elections. Congress grants states the authority to pass laws relating to congressional elections.
The Secretary of the State is the Commissioner of Elections according to Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) Sec. 9-3.
Because the laws are at federal and state levels, so is the enforcement of the laws.
The State Elections Enforcement Commission, part of the Office of Governmental Accountability, investigates complaints related to violations of state election laws.
These are selected court cases for Connecticut.