NORWALK, Conn. — Mayor Harry Rilling knows he’s not a shoo-in, he said Saturday.
Norwalk Democrats held a campaign kickoff in the Town Green, where Rilling told the assembled faithful – about 40 people – that they need to get out the vote this fall.
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“It can’t be said enough. If we don’t get out the vote, anything can happen,” Rilling said. “When you see low voter turnout, that’s when you see a surprise.”
Rilling is being challenged by Republican candidate Jonathan Riddle.