A slate of candidates running for office in Hartford, including incumbent Mayor Pedro Segarra and City Councilman Ken Kennedy, will file their petitions at city hall tomorrow to secure spots on the primary election ballot.
The slate – which comprises Segarra, Kennedy, and city council candidates Kyle Anderson, Giselle Feliciano, James Woulfe, Luwannia Johnson Martin and Edward Casares Jr. – has collected more than 2,000 petition signatures, surpassing the requirement of 1,700, according to Kennedy and Segarra's campaign manager.
The candidates plan to submit their petitions at noon Wednesday. The registrar's office will then need to certify their signatures.
Segarra is mounting a campaign against challenger Luke Bronin, who won the Democratic Town Committee endorsement last week.