In a video expected to the make the rounds on digital media and cable ads, the campaign of Joe Ganim attacks Mayor Bill Finch on broken promises.
Entries Tagged as 'Bill Finch'
August 31st, 2015 · 4 Comments · City Politics
August 31st, 2015 · 49 Comments · City Politics, News and Events
Democratic Town Chairman Mario Testa, his relationship with Mayor Bill Finch frosty, tells CT Post reporter Brian Lockhart “I’m the chairman. If they need the help, if they need somebody, they got to come to me. Why should I go to them?” Mario plays coy when asked who’ll get his primary vote after pledging to break […]
August 31st, 2015 · 76 Comments · City Politics, Development and Zoning
Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst, embroiled in a years-long dispute with Mayor Bill Finch over sewer user fees, writes in a commentary that also appears in the CT Post “As the race for Mayor of Bridgeport is under way, every Bridgeport resident should ask the candidates for Mayor the following question: If Bridgeport loses 20 […]
August 30th, 2015 · 8 Comments · Analysis and Comment, City Politics
Political campaigns are all about dogs and kids … kids and dogs … for photo ops, anyway. Throw in a few kitties, too. A candidate can’t be all bad holding a kid or a dog (unless you’re an offspring of W.C. Fields). Even better, holding a baby or a puppy. Better than holding someone’s absentee […]
August 28th, 2015 · 15 Comments · Analysis and Comment, City Politics, News and Events
Joe Ganim’s newest mail piece expected to hit mailboxes within the next few days features a two-sided message of an image of him with the Webster Bank Arena built during his tenure and the flip side railing against high taxes and high crime.
August 28th, 2015 · 41 Comments · City Politics
Chivalry is alive and well in city politics, especially in the household of Democratic mayoral candidate Mary-Jane Foster. Her husband long-time Republican Jack McGregor, a Yale-educated Marine, retired CEO of Aquarion and co-founder of the Bridgeport Bluefish, shares this commentary about why you should vote for his wife. From McGregor: What’s the price of corruption? […]
August 28th, 2015 · 38 Comments · Education, News and Events
Mayor Bill Finch today conducted a groundbreaking for construction of a new high school to replace the 90-year-old Harding on property owned by General Electric off Boston Avenue that he would like named Barack Obama High School. The school is scheduled for completion in 2018.