Thank you for your patience as we update our Voter Guide for the General Election on November 6, 2018!

FaithActs for Education is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Bridgeport, Connecticut. We are people of faith building power to get our children the education they deserve. 

The goal of this Voter Guide is to inform our community about each candidate's background, goals, and education platform. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, we don't endorse any candidate or party – we just want Bridgeport voters to claim their power and vote!

Bridgeport’s General Election is on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 from 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM.

This version of the Voter Guide includes all of the candidates who will appear on a Bridgeport ballot on August 14, 2018. We are in the process of updating our Voter Guide to include all of the candidates who will appear on a Bridgeport ballot in the General Election on November 6, 2018. If you're a Bridgeport voter and you'd like a printed copy of the updated Voter Guide mailed to you, please commit to vote.

Candidates' views are presented for educational purposes only. FaithActs sent a questionnaire to every candidate who will appear on a Bridgeport ballot in 2018. Responses were limited to 75 words per question. Aside from editing for length, candidates' responses are presented exactly as submitted. Candidates who declined to respond are noted. If you have any questions, please email us: vote@faithactsedu.org.

Key Dates:

Key RESOURCES:

  • Vote.org: Register to vote online, check your polling place

  • FaithActs for Education: Text 203-583-8573 / Call 203-868-0443 / 160 Fairfield Ave - Commit to vote, get a ride to vote, volunteer

  • Bridgeport Registrar of Voters: 203-576-7281 / 999 Broad Street - Register to vote in person, check your polling place, check your party affiliation (Outside Bridgeport? Use this list)

  • Bridgeport Town Clerk: 203-576-7208 / 45 Lyon Terrace - Request an absentee ballot (Outside Bridgeport? Use this list)

GOVERNOR CANDIDATES

The Governor leads the State’s executive branch, including all state agencies. They make executive orders, propose state budgets, and veto or sign bills into law. View candidate profiles here.

Bob Stefanowski, R

Declined to Respond

 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR CANDIDATES

The Lieutenant Governor is the second-highest elected official in the State, and is the President of the Senate. View candidate profiles here.

Susan Bysiewicz, D

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Joe Markley, R

Declined to Respond

 

UNITED STATES SENATE CANDIDATES

United States Senators pass federal laws, approve presidential appointments, and ratify treaties with other countries. View candidate profiles here.

Matthew Corey, R

 

STATE SENATE, DISTRICT 23 CANDIDATES

State Senators pass state laws, establish a state budget, raise and lower taxes, and uphold or override the Governor’s vetoes. View candidate profiles here.

Dennis Bradley, D

John Rodriguez, R


STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 126 CANDIDATES

Alongside State Senators, State Representatives pass state laws, establish a state budget, raise and lower taxes, and uphold or override the Governor’s vetoes. View candidate profiles here.

Charlie Stallworth, D

 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 128 CANDIDATES

Alongside State Senators, State Representatives pass state laws, establish a state budget, raise and lower taxes, and uphold or override the Governor’s vetoes. View candidate profiles here.

 

TREASURER CANDIDATES

The Treasurer administers the State’s pension assets and investment funds. View candidate profiles here.

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Thad Gray, R

Declined to Respond

Shawn Wooden, D


COMPTROLLER CANDIDATES

The Comptroller provides accounting services, administers benefits, and prepares financial reports for the State.

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Kurt Miller, R

Declined to Respond

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL CANDIDATES

The Attorney General serves as legal counsel to state agencies and represents the State in civil legal matters. View candidate profiles here.

Sue Hatfield, R

William Tong, D

Thank you for committing to vote! We'll use this information to send reminders before the elections on August 14, 2018 and November 6, 2018. We won't share it with anyone. If you have questions, please email us: vote@faithactsedu.org.

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FaithActs for Education is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Bridgeport, Connecticut. We are people of faith building power to get our children the education they deserve.

The goal of this Voter Guide is to inform our community about each candidate's background, goals, and education platform. Candidates' views are presented for educational purposes only. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, FaithActs does not endorse any candidate or party. If you have any questions, please email us: vote@faithactsedu.org.

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