While the gubernatorial and congressional races weren’t what Greenwich Republicans hoped for, the party was able to breathe a sigh of relief as Michael Bocchino squeaked by Democrat Jill Oberlander in the 150th District.
As the sun rose Wednesday, little new light was shone on who won the rematch for Connecticut governor — officially. But both candidates seemed to agree: It was likely the incumbent.
U.S. Rep. Jim Himes kept Connecticut’s 4th District in Democratic hands Tuesday, defeating former state senator Dan Debicella and winning a historic victory.
Republicans have dominated Greenwich for more than a century and Tuesday night’s election results show it will continue that way for at least two years more as Michael Bocchino can now call himself state representative.