Everything Stamford voters need to know before heading to the polls on Election Day

STAMFORD — Soon after months of campaigning amid a mayoral race that has put a spotlight on Stamford, voters will eventually get the prospect to have their voices read as they head to the polls Tuesday.

For mayor, they will pick among Democratic point out Rep. Caroline Simmons and unaffiliated candidate Bobby Valentine, a former expert baseball supervisor and hometown legend.

Simmons appears on two traces on the ballot — for the Democratic Celebration and the Independent Get together. Following the Stamford Democratic City Committee narrowly endorsed her, Simmons went on to conquer incumbent Mayor David Martin in a main, which Martin compelled by gathering signatures from registered Democrats. She was crossed-endorsed by the Independent Party.

Valentine petitioned his way onto the ballot as an unaffiliated prospect. He has been endorsed by Stamford’s police and instructors unions.

Simmons has been endorsed by the city’s firefighters union and numerous nearby affiliate marketers of the Assistance Staff members Worldwide Union. She has also obtained endorsements from Gov. Ned Lamont and previous President Barack Obama.