This year, Bridgeport voters will elect 6 Board of Education members and 20 City Council members. The goal of this Voter Guide is to inform our community about each candidate's background, goals, and education platform.
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. We sent a questionnaire to each Board of Education and City Council candidate who formally declared their candidacy by filing with the Town Clerk. Candidates who did not respond are noted. If you're a write-in candidate for Bridgeport Board of Education or City Council and would like to fill out a questionnaire for inclusion in our online voter guide, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FaithActs for Education does not endorse any candidate or party. Candidates' views are provided for educational purposes only.
Tuesday, October 31 - Register by mail by 4pm, in person by 8pm, or online by 11:59pm to vote in the November 7 election
Tuesday, November 7 - Vote for BOE and City Council from 6am-8pm; same-day voter registration at 999 Broad Street
Registrar of Voters
203-576-7281 / 99 Broad Street - Voter registration, polling places, council district numbers
203-576-7208 / 45 Lyon Terrace - Absentee ballots
FaithActs for Education
Text 203-583-8573 / Call 203-868-0443 - Voting commitments, rides to the polls
Print-at-home profiles for all candidates
Sample ballots for Aquaculture, Barnum School, Bassick High School, Beardsley School, Blackham School (District 133), Blackham School (District 134), Black Rock School, Cesar Batalla School, City Hall, Dunbar School, Geraldine Johnson School, Hallen School, Harding High School, J.F.K. Campus, John Winthrop School, Luis Munoz Marin School, Madison School (District 132), Madison School (District 133), Park City Magnet School, Read Middle School, Thomas Hooker School, Wilbur Cross School