The 2021 Election Results

On November 2nd, Bridgeport voters elected our City Council, Board of Education, and City Sheriff. Below are the winners of the 2021 Municipal Elections:

130th District: Scott Burns (D) & Matthew McCarthy (D)
131st District: Jorge Cruz (D) & Tyler Mack (D)
132nd District: M. Evette Brantley (D) & Marcus Brown (D)
133rd District: Aikeem Boyd (D) & Jeanette Heron (D)
134th District: Michelle A. Lyons (D) & AmyMarie Vizzo-Paniccia (D)
135th District: Mary McBride-Lee (D) & Rosalina Roman-Christy (D)
136th District: Alfredo Castillo (D) & Avelino Silva (D)
137th District: Aidee Nieves (D) & Maria Valle (D)
138th District: Maria Pereira (D) & Michelle Small (D)
139th District: Ernest Newton (D) & Wanda Simmons (D)

Christine Baptiste-Perez (D)
Erika Castillo (D)
Michael Maccaron (D)
Joseph Sokolovic (WFP)
John Weldon (R)

Stephen Nelson (D)
Richard Paoletto (D)
Mitchell Robles (D)
Mike Garrett (R)
Michael Moretti (R)
Enrique Rick Torres (R)

Click Here for Full Election Results

✨ In 2021, when will I vote & who will I be voting for?

Tuesday, November 2nd is Election Day!

  • All voters – even voters not registered with a political party – can vote on Tues., Nov. 2nd. Polls are open 6:00am – 8:00pm.
  • You will vote for 2 candidates for City Council from your district from any party.
  • You will vote for up to 3 candidates for Board of Education from any party.
  • You will vote for up to 3 candidates for City Sheriff from any party.

✨ I don't know what districts I live in. How can I find this information?

You can locate your local, state and federal voting districts by viewing the maps below. You can locate your local polling site (where you vote) by clicking the button below.




Local Polling Locations

✨ I'm still worried about COVID-19. Can I use an absentee ballot to vote?

Yes! In 2021, you can still use the COVID-19 pandemic as a legal excuse for needing an absentee ballot to vote. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to use an absentee ballot:

  1. Click here to download the absentee ballot application in English or in Spanish
  2. Fill it out and mail it or bring it to Bridgeport’s Town Clerk, City Hall Room 122 , 45 Lyon Terrace, Bridgeport, CT 06604
  3. Wait to receive your absentee ballot in the mail
  4. Complete your absentee ballot in the privacy of your home
  5. Do not let anyone touch or take your absentee ballot
  6. Mail your absentee ballot back to Bridgeport’s Town Clerk or put it in one of Bridgeport’s secure ballot drop boxes.

Absentee Ballot drop boxes are located at:

  1. Margaret E. Morton Government Center, 999 Broad Street, Bridgeport
  2. City Hall 45 Lyon Terrace, Bridgeport
  3. Fire House #10 950 Boston Avenue
  4. Fire House, 245 Ocean Terrace
More Absentee Voting Info Here!

✨ I don't know who's on my ballot. How can I find this information?

The Town Clerk prints sample ballots for every voting district and polling location in Bridgeport. Click the button below to view your ballot, research your candidates, and plan your vote!

View Sample Ballots!

✨ I don't know where to vote in person. How can I find this information?

You can check your voter registration and polling location here:

✨ I am not sure if I am registered to vote. How can I check this information?

You can check your voter registration and polling location here:

✨ What are my voting rights?

The ACLU of Connecticut has a few easy-to-use resources that might come in handy the next time you need quick access to information about your constitutional rights around voting! Click here to Know Your Rights!

✨ I am not registered to vote in Bridgeport. Can I still register?