After months -- some might say years -- of campaigning, it all ends tomorrow when voters head to the polls to elect a president and a host of other offices.
You've heard enough from President Obama and Mitt Romney. But what about Brendan Sharkey, Martin Looney, Michael D'Agostino, Joseph Crisco, Tony Szewczyk, Gary Holder-Winfield, Ned Burt and Matthew Corcoran?
Those are the men running for state and local offices -- state senators and representatives and Hamden Judge of Probate. Over the past several days Hamden Patch has been posting information about the candidates, and you can find it here:
- Brendan Sharkey
- Martin Looney
- Michael D'Agostino
- Joseph Crisco
- Tony Szewczyk
- Gary Holder-Winfield
- Ned Burt
- Matthew Corcoran
Don't know which district you're in? Click here to look up your street and find out your district number.
- District One: Miller Library, 2901 Dixwell Ave.
- District Two: Helen St. School, 285 Helen St.
- District Three: Keefe Community Center, 11 Pine St.
- District Four: Spring Glen School, 1908 Whitney Ave.
- District Five: Board of Education Offices, 60 Putnam Ave.
- District Six: Ridge Hill School, 120 Carew Rd.
- District Seven: Dunbar Hill School, 315 Lane St.
- District Eight: 10 Kirk Rd.
- District Nine: West Woods School, 350 West Todd St.
- District Ten: Hamden Middle School, 2623 Dixwell Ave.