As three elderly Bridgeport women from the city’s East Side were helped out of a car in front of Marin School around 8:30 a.m., a woman with Bill Finch cards was quickly summoned to greet them.
As the shirt-and-tie wearing man told the women that he would wait for them to come out to give them a ride back to their apartment, the Finch supporter got to work.
“You voting for Bill Finch?,” she asked the trio, barely phrasing the statement as a question.
The three women nodded and then took voter cards from the woman, who told them to vote for Finch and all of row A, and told them to keep the cards with them, in case they need to reference them later.
As three women emerged about 15 minutes later, they all said they voted for Finch, but none would elaborate, or provide their names.