Party leaders and candidates have embarked on their last days of campaigning before the polls open on Tuesday.
Both parties are busy making final preparations to get voters out to the polls.
Dean Kilbourne DTC Chairman said his candidates had a busy weekend with all candidates out knocking on doors and doing phone calls.
DTC members and candidates also did the traditional wave at high traffic locations.
Danta A. Tagariello RTC member and campaign manager for Andrew Howe also said GOP candidates are going door to door and making calls as well.
“I think every single one of our candidates have increased their exposure dramatically since 2015.” said Tagariello.
Ellen Zoppo-Sassu said she finished up the last few streets for door knocking, set up phone calls and attended the ACE Awards over the weekend.
“We have all been receiving very positive feedback and are feeling very good about Tuesday.”
Polling places in Bristol are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
For more information on the 2017 municipal election including a sample ballot and polling locations, click here.
|Ellen A. Zoppo-Sassu||Mayor||D|
|Gregory Robert Hahn||City Council District 1||D|
|Joshua T. Medeiros||City Council District 1||D|
|Eric L. Carlson||City Council District 1||R|
|Anthony D. D’Amato||City Council District 1||R|
|David J. Preleski||City Council District 2||D|
|Peter B. Kelley||City Council District 2||D|
|Jodi L. Zils Gagne||City Council District 2||R|
|Andrew G. Howe||City Council District 2||R|
|Mary B. Fortier||City Council District 3||D|
|Brittany Lynne Barney||City Council District 3||D|
|Cheryl L. Thibeault||City Council District 3||R|
|Dave Mills||City Council District 3||R|