Rodriguez Wins Republican Primary For Mayor September 11, 2019 LennieGrimaldi City Politics, News and Events7 Comments Party-endorsed John Rodriguez won a three-way Republican primary for mayor over Ethan Book and Dishon Francis. See results above. 0
congrats! I will vote for anybody besides ganim! we vote him out by hundreds on the machine and then he wins on the phony absentee ballots that make up 20 percent of the vote. so you mean to tell me 20 percent are sick or can’t make it to the polls????
I see that Rick Torres was the top vote getter but what happen to Ethan Book, I thought that he was going to elected mayor but he only gets 167 votes, oh well, that’s the Bridgeport Republican Party, totally out of touch here.
There’s only one Republican that would vote for and that’s Chris Genduso for the Bridgeport Board Of Education.
Ethan Book didn’t have a rat’s ass of a chance. Whoever slashed his tires (probably the same goon that roughed up John Slater a few years ago) would have beaten him up.
Ethan Book wants to be so important with nothing to say to back up his mouth. He wants to be in the limelight but he’s a true LOSER.
The saying that blacks have obstacles in there way compared to whites ecpecially black women is so true. so true example Moore wins by hundreds of votes. wins from the north end to west to east end all the way to black rock but loses on absentee when probably vast majority don’t even qualify for. the real winner is more and she won throughout the city. Take it to court so they can say the absentees are not valid!
Donj, the absentee ballot disparity will Not go to court because people have a right to vote using this and the DTC had learned to use/abuse the system to the detriment of the people that go out to vote. While it’s a damn shame it’s not illegal. These individuals can vote absentee, so who’s to say those people don’t fall into one of these categories.
Are you an active member of the armed forces of the United States?
Will you be out of town during all the hours of voting on Election Day?
Does illness prevent you from voting in person on Election Day?
Do your religious beliefs prevent you from performing secular activities like voting on Election Day?
Will you be performing duties as an election official at a polling place other than your own during all the hours of voting on Election Day?
Do you have a physical disability that prevents you from voting in person on Election Day?