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OIB Poll: City Election Yawner?

October 23rd, 2017 · 3 Comments · City Council, City Politics, News and Events


On November 7, Bridgeport electors will cast ballots for school board, city sheriff and city council positions. Do you care?

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  • John Marshall Lee

    This is an unusual year. Certainly more excitement and action throughout the City for the primary than for the actual election.

    What does that mean for Board of Education candidates who never had a real chance to be heard, questioned, or name recognized?

    Are there any questions that will appear on the ballot this year? If so will OIB provide info before the CT Post?

    What does the Special Election occurring in Tom McCarthy’s district to be held on November 14 mean to the balance on the Council with all four candidates standing for election? Is it a full and real do-over? Time will tell.

  • DC Faber

    This year is unique, but city councils, BOE and mayors matter more to our daily lives and the success or failure of Bridgeport than governors or presidents. If you don’t vote, you forfeit the right to complain.

    • The Bridgeport Kid

      The nayor’s office and the City Council has been controlled by the Dark Side for too long. This year the people of the city of Bridgeport must make every effort to take it back from the Evil Empire.

      Joseph P. Ganim thinks he has the right stuff to be governor of the great state of Connecticut. He can’t even improve the quality of life for the people of the city of Bridgeport. What has he done for us? Really, can anyone think of one thing he’s done to improve lofe in the city?

      This election is for City Council, the Board if Education is important. It may be off season but it is still important.

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