YTV: Elicker wins third mayoral term

On Nov. 7, Justin Elicker was re-elected to his third term as mayor of New Haven. Here’s what Elicker and other community members had to […]

LIVE: Full New Haven 2023 election results, from mayor to Board of Education

Voters went to the polls to decide a contested mayoral race, alder primaries and a controversial measure to revise New Haven’s charter. Here are the results, along with the News’s life coverage of election day.

Tweed’s embattled expansion

How the airport’s growth plan threatens residents and the environment

Elicker and Goldenberg clash over education policy

Mayoral candidates Justin Elicker and Tom Goldenberg spoke with the News about their plans to address absenteeism and literacy rates.

Contested alder races take shape for three seats in eastern New Haven

Democratic incumbents in Wards 13, 17 and 18 — encompassing Fair Haven Heights, the Annex and East Shore — each face two challengers looking to break the party’s total hold on the Board of Alders.

Proposed charter revision sparks debate as election approaches

The new proposed charter, which would increase the term length of elected officials among other provisions, has ignited opposition from Republican officials.

Alder candidates clash in tense debate

The Democratic and Republican candidates for Ward 8 alder debated policy in Wooster Square, ultimately arriving at general arguments over their political parties.

Alder challenger embraces Republican identity in Democratic district

Republican candidate Andrea DiLieto Zola is challenging incumbent alder Ellen Cupo, a Democrat, in New Haven’s Wooster Square neighborhood in the general election on Nov. 7.

Final mayoral debate focuses on city’s transparency

New Haven’s three mayoral candidates gathered at the Shubert Theater before an audience of close to 40 people for their last debate of the election season.

Democrat-turned-Republican and Independent Tom Goldenberg looks to unseat incumbent Elicker in mayoral election

Goldenberg, who previously worked as a Sanskrit teacher, coder and consultant, is challenging two-term incumbent Justin Elicker on the Republican and Independent ballot lines in heavily Democratic New Haven

New Haven Democratic primary sees low voter turnout

23.7 percent of eligible voters cast their ballots in mayoral and alder primary elections last week, which was significantly lower than in the last competitive mayoral primary in 2019.