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STAMFORD — Tuesday is once again special election day in Stamford.
It’s the city’s fourth special election for a General Assembly seat in the past 12 months. Last year, Democrat Patricia Billie Miller was elected to replace Carlo Leone as the state senator for the 27th District after Leone, a fellow Democrat, stepped down for a job at the state Department of Transportation. Democrat Corey Paris was then elected to take Miller’s place in the state House as the representative of the 145th District. Months later, after Democrat Alex Kasser resigned, Republican Ryan Fazio won election to represent the state Senate’s 36th District.