Four people involved with a primary race in Connecticut several years ago now face criminal charges related to election fraud.

The case relates to the 2019 Democratic mayoral primary in Bridgeport, the most populous city in Connecticut. In that race, state Sen. Marilyn Moore took on longtime incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim, whose tenure in office was interrupted while he spent seven years in prison for 16 felony charges related to political corruption.

‘I did not fill it out or sign it. It also had…

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