Mary C. Moran

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Mary Moran
50th Mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut
In office
November 13, 1989 – November 11, 1991
Preceded by Thomas W. Bucci
Succeeded by Joseph Ganim
Personal details
Born (1933-08-01) August 1, 1933 (age 80)
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Political party Republican

Mary Chapar Moran (born August 1, 1933) is a former mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Mayor of Bridgeport[edit]

Moran was the first female mayor of Bridgeport.[1] In 1991 she became famous for filing for municipal bankruptcy.[2]

Moran lost the 1991 election to Mr. Joseph P. Ganim, who was supported by the cousin of her predecessor Mario Testa. Ganim received 15,768 votes compared to 10,951 for Ms. Moran and 2,258 for other candidates.[3]


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