In a stunning turn of events, the Democratic primary of the Bridgeport, Connecticut mayoral race has been called into question due to evidence of voter fraud. Incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim had initially won against John Gomes by a narrow margin, but a video of a city employee stuffing a ballot box led to a reconsideration of the results. Superior Court Judge William Clark overturned the primary election results, paving the way for a new Democratic primary. Despite this, Ganim – a previously convicted mayor – will still appear as the Democratic nominee in the general election, while Gomes will run as an independent. This incident raises serious questions about the integrity of both local and federal elections.
In light of the recent events in Bridgeport, Connecticut, do you believe that voter fraud is a major issue in federal elections?