Super Tuesday, Primary Day is here. Polls are open until 8 PM in five Northeast states. What happens, though, if you have problem at the polling place?

If you have registered with either the Republican or Democratic party, today is your big day in Connecticut, as well as four other states in the Northeast. Unaffiliated voters can't vote in the party primaries, and the deadline to enroll in a party has passed.

According to the latest Quinnipiac Poll, Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in a tough battle with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side. The poll also shows Donald Trump with a huge lead over the remaining Republicans, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, and Ohio Governor John Kasich.

Obviously, the race is hot with a lot of decisiveness on both sides. If you encounter problems when you head out today, you should know that a hotline has been set up for the presidential primary.

If you have any problems at the polls you can call 866-SEEC-INFO, which is 866-733-2463. The hotline is available until 8 PM today.

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