In Greenwich, the hometown of George H.W. Bush and old stomping ground of Donald Trump, the tide is turning for Democrats.
The party’s gains in town will give Greenwich a stronger voice in the state Democratic convention. The town will send 32 delegates to the party’s conclave next May, when endorsements for governor, U.S. Senate and House and five other constitutional offices will be made.
The total appears to be a modern-era record and is part of a larger trend for Greenwich Democrats, who last month took control of the town finance board for the first time in at least a century, if ever, and flipped the tax collector’s office.