“This is a victory for the people of Bridgeport,” Gomes said, according to The Associated Press. “Our campaign always believed that the integrity of our democratic process must be upheld, and Superior Court Judge William Clark agreed.” The judge has no authority to halt an election, so voting is still set for Tuesday, according to the Hartford Courant. “The result of next week’s general election will determine what happens next,” the outlet reported. “If Gomes wins, his attorney William Bloss said, he would withdraw the complaint, and Gomes would be mayor. If Ganim wins Tuesday’s election, another Democratic primary will take place, according to Clark’s order.” Ganim is on the Democratic line, while Gomes is running as an independent candidate in the general election. The ballot also includes Republican David Herz and petitioning candidate Lamond Daniels. No date has been set for a new primary. Clark ordered all parties to meet with election officials within 10 days to determine what takes place, according to WNPR. Ganim urged his supporters to turn out on Election Day. [firefly_poll] “Let’s send a powerful message that we want to keep the progress going in Bridgeport,” he said. Clark was nominated to the bench by Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont in 2021, according to Only in Bridgeport.
This is the OUTRAGEOUS video of the Democrat Clerk stuffing illegal ballots into the City drop box and visiting it multiple times in one dayThis video was leaked by a whistleblower inside the City and @gatewaypundit helped share it with the world pic.twitter.com/XRUl52PtYZ — George (@BehizyTweets) November 1, 2023
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