CCAG also endorsed Kim Glassman of East Haven in her bid for a Town Council seat.
CCAG Executive Director Tom Swan said all four represent opportunities for positive and progressive change.
“Ben is an energetic progressive that will help move Middletown and our state forward,” said Swan. “He is working for social and economic justice, a cleaner and greener city, and good jobs and economic development. He has the experience and drive to get the job done.
“Marilyn is well known to us as a courageous and effective fighter who is not afraid to take on a corrupt political machine,” he added. “She will stand up for all the people of Bridgeport and move the city forward.”
In Danbury, “Chris is a longtime member of CCAG and is running an energetic campaign to move Danbury forward,” Swan said. “He combines solid progressive values with deep knowledge of and love of the city.”
Glassman, who is the director for a non-profit organization called Foundation for Fair Contracting of Connecticut, has long championed raising the minimum wage and closing the income gap between the wealthy and the poor.
“CCAG and its members are proud to work with all of these candidates to move Connecticut forward,” Swan said.