Hearing to be held on Bridgeport ballot shortage

Residents who want to weigh in or get answers about Bridgeport's ballot debacle on Election Day will get their chance next week. A public hearing

BRIDGEPORT - Residents who want to weigh in or get answers about Bridgeport's ballot debacle on Election Day will get their chance next week. A public hearing will be held on Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. at Bridgeport's City Hall Annex. Some polling locations in the city had to stay open late after running out of ballots for voters. Mayor Bill Finch says one person alone can't be blamed for the problem, and that responsibility is shared between the registar of voters and the secretary of the state.

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