State officials set up a toll free number for In an effort to ensure the November 7 election goes off without is administered fairly a group of officials announced released a toll free number for voters who witness voting irregularities at the polls. a toll free number Tuesday Kevin J. O’Connor, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut; Jeffrey B. Garfield, Executive Director and General Counsel for the Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission; Susan Bysiewicz, Connecticut Secretary of the State; and Kevin T. Kane, Connecticut Chief State’s Attorney, today announced that a statewide toll-free telephone number will be available for use by anyone who witnesses or experiences voting irregularities on Election Day. The number – 1-866-733-2463 (1-866-SEEC-INFO) – will be staffed by the Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC) during polling hours on Election Day. Anyone with knowledge of election fraud or voting rights abuses is encouraged to call this number to report suspected violations. The SEEC staff will answer questions, advise on complaint procedures and, if necessary, request the assistance of other state criminal or federal law enforcement authorities in the investigation and, if appropriate, prosecution of the matter. From 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, a representative of the United States Attorney’s Office will be in direct contact with the SEEC in order to receive any complaints of electoral corruption or civil rights violations. The SEEC is the primary elections investigative and civil enforcement authority in Connecticut. The Secretary of the State is Connecticut’s Constitutional office charged with overseeing all elections, which includes advising and assisting local Registrars of Voters and Town Clerks on their statutory responsibilities regarding administration of elections.