Mayor Joe Ganim declared winner in Democratic primary for Bridgeport mayor

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Incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim has been declared the winner in the Democratic primary for Bridgeport mayor in Tuesday's election.

He was running against state Sen. Marilyn Moore.

The official numbers are: 

Democratic Party  Joseph P. Ganim      5,269    51.21%

Democratic Party  Marilyn Moore          5,021    48.79%

Republican Party  John Rodriguez         282       47.55%

Republican Party  Ethan Book   167       28.16%

Republican Party  Dishon J. Francis      144       24.28%

For a list of the results, click here. 

READ MORE:
Republican candidates for Bridgeport mayor campaign before primary 
Democratic candidates for Bridgeport mayor make their case ahead of primary 

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