What would you do with $320 million?
Someone could be six numbers away from finding out on Wednesday night when Powerball is drawn.
If the winning ticket happens to be sold in Connecticut, it would be ninth Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Connecticut since the state began selling Powerball in 1995.
He last local winner was Noel Pearl, of Seymour, who won $60 million in Powerball on June 23.
The biggest jackpot in state history was Three Greenwich money managers, who created the Putnam Avenue Family Trust, won $254.2 million in Powerball on Nov. 2, 2011.
For more on Powerball lottery winners, see the Powerball Web site.
The cash value of the $320 million jackpot is $213.3 million.
The tickets sell for $2 a piece.