Final legal arguments have been made in a court case concerning the recent Democratic mayoral primary in Bridgeport.
Mayor Joe Ganim lost at the polls on primary day, but won big among people who voted with absentee ballots. With alleged irregularities in the absentee voting, some are now calling for the courts to order a new primary election.
The State Elections Enforcement Commission has voted to investigate allegations of absentee ballot irregularities in the Bridgeport Primary election.
The Connecticut Supreme Court put off a ruling Monday on whether to overturn the results of Bridgeport’s Democratic primary for mayor, allowing the general election to move forward.
Officials confirmed Thursday that the results of the Bridgeport Democratic Mayoral Primary will stand.
The State Election Enforcement Commission is now investigating the outcome of the Bridgeport Democratic Mayoral Primary.
Less than 6 weeks from Election Day, a judge will allow a lawsuit seeking a new Bridgeport mayoral primary.
The public has an opportunity to hear from the mayoral candidates for the state’s largest city.
‘Non-Partisan’ group of voters filing lawsuit in Bridgeport over election results…not so non-partisan after all
Supporters of Marilyn Moore and Joe Ganim are still fighting over the results of the Bridgeport mayoral primary.
Witnesses will testify in a Bridgeport courtroom on Tuesday about alleged irregularities in the mayoral primary. Some voters say they were pressured by supporters of Mayor Joe Ganim.