From Keila Torres, CT Post:
BRIDGEPORT — Former Mayor Joe Ganim brought his two sons along Monday afternoon for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemorative march in the city’s East End.
The former city leader, who was released from prison last year, used to attend the event every year. “It’s good to be back,” Ganim said.
When asked if he would ever consider another run for office, Ganim replied: “You never know what the future holds.”
“It’s always a pleasure to be back in Bridgeport, to be in the East End,” said the Easton resident, who received several rounds of applause throughout the day from the people at the march and following ceremony.
Ganim called the day’s events “inspiring.”
“That type of inspiration can lead in so many different directions,” he said, not ruling out a move back to Bridgeport in the future.
So, would you vote for Joe?
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