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Greenwich Democratic Registration Passes 10,000, Setting New Record

Since January 2008, Democratic registration increased a robust 25 percent from 7,538 to 10,072. During this 10-year period Republican registration decreased three percent from 13,066 to 12,714. Unaffiliated voters increased 16 percent from 11,452 to 13,749. Democrats now comprise 27 percent of the voters, Republicans 34 percent and unaffiliated 37 percent. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Democrats Endorse Ned Lamont for Governor Precedent-setting Move for Tuesday’s Primary

“The November election for governor is an important first step in the state’s turn-around. Democrats need to field the strongest candidate in November to help Connecticut get on a fiscally sound path and be the vibrant state we were, and with Ned’s leadership we will be again.” – Tony Turner, Greenwich Democratic Town Committee Continue Reading →

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Election Matters: the State of Voting in 2016 Screening and Panel Discussion at the Greenwich Library

Does the Constitution guarantee the right to vote? Are voting laws too restrictive, suppressing the vote in some communities? Are protections against voter fraud strong enough to maintain integrity in our elections? A public forum entitled, “Election Matters: the State of Voting in 2016,” is set for Sept. 20 at Greenwich Library. Continue Reading →

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