Democratic Mayoral Candidate Bill Callion, continued his campaign in Stamford Thursday.
"We're on the move of the people, by the people, and for the people," said Bill Callion.
If elected, Callion says he'd lead the City in a fiscally sound manner, run city government like a business, encourage volunteers, and engage in the community.
"I want to make sure that having a mayor like me who's going to roll up his sleeves, who's going to meet with, and court potential new businesses, and real estate holders, is going to be our key to achieving that success," said Callion.
Residents and community leaders came out in support.
"He understands people, he understands people in a unique and special way. He understands their heart and the requirements that are necessary to be served in a way that only the city can serve them," said Michael Pollard, a former Board of Finance member and support of Callion.
Callion is the former city director of public safety health and welfare. He also served on the economic development commission, the charter revision commission, as fire commissioner, and member and chair of the board of finance. He operates the community garden, Fairgate Farm.
"We have a chance to do even better," said Callion.
Callion joins Democrats William Tong, David Martin, Eileen Heaphy and Republicans Mike Fedele and Jerry Pia in the race.