Who can vote in a primary election?

Only registered voters (including a qualified 17-year-old)
affiliated with a political party can vote in that party's election. For
example, if you are a registered Democrat, you can vote only in a Democratic
primary. Unaffiliated voters cannot vote in any primary election. 

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1. How do I know if I am already registered to vote and where is my polling place?
2. I am from Ledyard and attending college in CT (or in another state), How do I vote back in my hometown?
3. Can I register to vote before I am 18?
4. Who can vote in a primary election?
5. How can I change my party affiliation?
6. Will I ever need to re-register?
7. How can I help out on election day?