Democratic Registrar Schedules Supervised Balloting For Primary

Democratic Registrar Sandi Ayala has released a partial schedule of supervised balloting at complexes for electors requesting to vote by absentee for the September 16 Democratic primary. She issued the following email Wednesday night to the campaign camps of Bill Finch, Joe Ganim and Mary-Jane Foster: “Pursuant to Connecticut general statutes, we are providing each row of candidates the option of designating two (2) individuals which to participate in this process. These individuals must be residents of Bridgeport and registered Democrats.”

Supervised balloting allows elections officials to provide a designated location, following a high volume of absentee ballot requests, for voters to cast a ballot for the candidate of their choice if they cannot make it to their polling location the day of the vote.

Ayala set the following schedule:
September 10, 10 a.m., Bridgeport Manor, 540 Bond Street; 10 a.m. Hollander House, 4190 Park Avenue; 1 p.m. Bridgeport Health Care, 600 Bond Street; 2 p.m., Northbridge Healthcare, 2875 Main Street.

September 11, 10 a.m., Harborview Apartments, 376 East Washington Avenue; 1 p.m. P.T. Barnum Apartments

September 12, 10 a.m., Tower II, 1491 Central Avenue; 11:30 a.m., Sycamore Place, 285 Maplewood Avenue;  12:30 p.m.,Washington Heights, 115 Washington Avenue.



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