STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford Democrats will be heading to the polls Tuesday to choose their candidate for mayor in this November’s election.
On the ballot are state Rep. William Tong, (D-147) and Board of Finance member David Martin, who ran unsuccessfully in 2009 against current Mayor Michael Pavia. Both have received numerous endorsements, with Martin getting the nod from the Stamford Democrat City Committee and Gov. and former Mayor Dannel Malloy going for Tong.
The winner of Tuesday’s primary election will be on the ballot for November’s municipal election, running against Republican candidate, former Lt. Gov. Michael Fedele, and petitioning candidate John Zito.
Democrats in District’s 13 and 16 will also have to choose candidates for the Board of Representatives, and Republicans in District’s 13 and 18 will also have to pick candidates for the Board of Representatives.
Go here to find your municipal polling location. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
If you have any questions, contact the Democratic Registrar of Voters Ron Malloy at 203-977-4009 or Republican Registrar of Voters Lucy Correlli at 203-977-4010.