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💥 The 2020 Election Results! 💥
In 2020, Bridgeport voters showed up! For Bridgeport election results, you can visit the Secretary of State’s Election Night Reporting website!
Here are some quick statistics:
- Registered voters: 77,560 (the largest electorate in the state)
- Number of voters who voted: 55,551
- Number of Absentee Ballots: 13,508
- Number of Absentee Ballots counted: 13,137
- Election Day Registration: 668
- Voter Turnout: 71.62%
✨ In 2021, when will I vote & who will I be voting for?
Tuesday, September 14th is Primary Day. Tuesday, November 3rd is Election Day!
- The winner of the September primaries face each other on the November ballot.
- In the September primary, only voters registered with a political party can vote. All voters – even voters not affiliated with a political party – can vote in November.
- In 2021, Bridgeport voters will vote for all 20 seats on City Council and 4 seats on the Board of Ed.
- You will elect 2 people to City Council from your district. Board of Education candidates are elected citywide.
✨ I don't know what districts I live in. How can I find this information?
You can locate your state and local voting districts by using the local maps:
✨ 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!
✨ How will I know who to vote for?
You can find your sample ballot above and research the candidates, their platforms, and their websites. FaithActs for Education, a local Bridgeport-based organization, also publishes an online voter guide that features candidate profiles and interviews ahead of every election.
✨ I am not registered to vote in Bridgeport. Can I still register?
- You can register to vote by mail by downloading, printing, and mailing your registration from here: http://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Register-to-Vote/Voter-Registration-Application-English-and-Spanish
- If you have a state-issued ID, you can register to vote online until October 27th here: https://voterregistration.ct.gov/OLVR/welcome.do
- You can register to vote in person at the Registrar Of Voters Office any day, even on Election Day. During a Primary Election, only voters who are not registered with a party may register to vote on Election Day. The Registrar’s Office is located at Margaret E. Morton Gov. Center, 1st Floor, 999 Broad Street, Bridgeport, CT 06604. Phone: (203) 576-7281
- For more information, please visit https://www.vote.org/state/connecticut/