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  • Bill Bloss, attorney for Bridgeport mayoral contender John Gomes outside the Superior Court of Bridgeport following the first court hearing in the alleged absentee ballot fraud case challenging Mayor Joe Ganim's 251 absentee vote win in the city's September 12th Democratic primary.
    Ebong Udoma
    Testimony in the case involving alleged absentee ballot fraud in Bridgeport’s Sept. 12 Democratic primary for mayor is expected to begin in about two weeks, according to Superior Court Judge William Clark.
  • Tammy McCann loves music. She lives and breathes her craft, and starts each day acknowledging and celebrating Music's importance in her life. She talked with Suzanne about her life as a professional jazz singer, her start as an opera singer, and how the double bass is the instrument she feels she was meant to play.

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