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City Voting Locations

Tuesday is primary day in the state’s largest city featuring Mayor Bill Finch and challenger Mary-Jane Foster. Most polling precincts are traditional locations except for voters who generally cast a
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Where Do You Vote On Tuesday?

Tuesday September 27 is Democratic primary day in Bridgeport featuring the match up between Mayor Bill Finch and Mary-Jane Foster. Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. If you don’t know where you
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Max Medina, Citizen Action Group, Endorse Foster

Max Medina, former president of the Bridgeport Board of Education, and the Connecticut Citizen Action Group are supporting mayoral candidate Mary-Jane Foster who’s challenging Mayor Bill Finch in the
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Is Your Vote For Finch, Foster Or McLevy?

Twenty one cities and towns in Connecticut will participate in party primaries today. The Democratic primary showdown between Mayor Bill Finch and challenger Mary-Jane Foster will take place September
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Judge’s Questions To Determine A Mayoral Primary

Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis will issue a decision Friday at 3 p.m. whether Mary-Jane Foster and her slate of candidates will face Mayor Bill Finch in a primary. The judge presented a series of
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More OIB Moments

The state is investigating Democratic Registrar Sandy Ayala (was the fix in?) for blowtorching Mary-Jane Foster’s ballot spot for mayor. The state is investigating a political action committee with
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Following Ballot Denial, What Will Foster Do?

Now what? That seems to be the question following Democratic Registrar of Voters Santa Ayala’s ballot denial of Democratic mayoral candidate Mary-Jane Foster based on a technicality. Look for Foster
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Political Punch, Counter Punch, All’s Fair In Love And War

Don’t ya just love political campaigns? When Bill Finch was a member of the City Council, State Senate and a mayoral candidate four years ago Mary-Jane Foster in his view was the cat’s meow, the
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