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Ahead of the election, we asked the incumbent, Republican John A. Harkins, and his top challenger, Democrat Joe Paul, how they felt their message has been received by residents.
Here's what they had to say.
Said Harkins: “Our campaign’s message was one of positivity and progress. Just four years ago, our town was reeling from a lack of leadership in the mayor’s office.
"Since I took over as mayor, we have brought back civility to our municipal government and made great strides on the redevelopment of the Stratford Army Engine Plant, the handling of the town’s unfunded pension liabilities, and making an agreement with Bridgeport to make for a smaller, safer airport, and ensuing the flooding issues on Main Street by the airport are addressed.
"This positive message has been very well received by the people of Stratford throughout our campaign.”
Said Paul: "Taxes are too high, with seniors finding it hard to stay in their homes. We need a mayor with business experience to manage our tax dollars wisely.
"People are so excited that they have a chance to change Stratford. The first example of that enthusiasm was shown when I won the primary; the second will be when I win the election."