Voter are listed at the street address of their residence
Most polling places are set up with between two and four lines of voters. This is designed to reduce waiting time. The lines are divided alphabetically by street name so as to serve approximately equal numbers of voters. Each table will serve a range of streets, such as “A” to “G”.
Voters should go to the line designated for the street of their residence. The streets are listed by their full proper names, so, for instance, West Norwalk Road is at the table for “W” not “N” and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is at the table for “D” not “M” or “K”. First Street and Second Street are under “F” and “S”, respectively.
Some polling places are small enough to have only one line for streets from “A” to “Z”.