The Candidate Lineup, More To Come

Four weeks from party endorsements the Town Clerk’s Office has shared the latest list of candidate registrations for City Council and Board of Education. More candidates are expected to file papers soon in what is shaping up as a busy September 12 Democratic primary. Others such as former State Senator Ernie Newton, who’s seeking his old council seat, have announced public intentions. Some incumbents and potential candidates are being coy about seeking reelection and will get in officially in and around the July week endorsements.

Current Candidate Registration Submissions

Peter Spain – Council 130

Christina Smith – Council 130

Marcus Brown – Council 132

Kyle Langan – Council 132

Robert Keeley – Council 133

Anne Phillips – Council 133

Aidee Nieves – Council 137

Maria Valle – Council 137

Gage Frank – Council 138

Dolores Fonseca – Council 138

Nessah Smith – Council 138

Anthony Paoletto – Council 138

Wanda Simmons – Council 139

Phylicia Brown – Council 139

JoAnn Kennedy – BOE

Joseph Sokolovic – BOE

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11 comments

  1. Will any of these people address the population decrease in Bridgeport? In one year 1,700 people left Bridgeport. I love this city but it’s expensive to live here and you don’t get your money worth. I’m considering moving out as well in the next few months. 1,700 moved out in just a year wow.

  2. Your damn straight! no relation WHAT SO EVER to Robbery Walsh. I have a t-shirt that I got at Blind Willys; a blues club in Atlanta Georgia.
    The back of the T says, “It ain’t easy being sleazy”.
    If anyone asks I tell them its a tribute to the DTC in Bridgeport CT.

  3. There is not a single school board member up for reelection that should seek reelection.

    They are all irresponsible, lazy, and unwilling to put in the work necessary to help our over 21,000 students.

  4. There is not a single school board member up for reelection that should seek reelection or be reelected. Not one.

    They are all irresponsible, lazy, and unwilling to put in the work necessary to help our over 21,000 students.

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