Capitol Report: Forgiveness from Bridgeport voters and other election thoughts

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH) — Forgive and forget, right? Bridgeport voters know the drill.

First, they put Joe Ganim back in the mayor’s office. Then, on Tuesday, Ernie Newton celebrated his city council win. Newton spent time in prison on federal corruption charges.

Now, Newton says he’s ready to hit the ground running and is making a bid for council president.

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In addition, the panel takes a look at a heated situation in Middletown over door-to-door campaigning.

Watch the video above for the full discussion.

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