While Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy won the Democratic primary for Governor, voters in Greenwich favored one of their own for the job. They cast 1162 ballots for Greenwich resident Ned Lamont compared to 1082 for Malloy.
Malloy's victory statewide means he will have to battle another Greenwich resident in November businessman and former U.S. ambassador Tom Foley who won the Republican nomination for Governor.
For the Republican ticket for Senator, Greenwich resident and wrestling mogul Linda McMahon won big throughout the state. In Greenwich, McMahon received 1854 votes, more than double her counterparts Peter Schiff and Rob Simmons.
Dan Debicella, who won the Congressional 4th District Republican ticket, also won the highest vote of Greenwich residents with 2254 votes over Rob Merkle's 769 and Rick Torres' 315.
For the Lt. Governor Democratic candidate, Greenwich voters chose Mark Boughton with 1868 votes to Lisa Wilson-Foley's 1294. Republican voters in Greenwich chose Nancy Wyman with 1168 votes to Mary Glassman's 931 votes for Lt. Governor.
Democrats in Greenwich voted for Denise Merrill with 1226 votes over Gerry Garcia with 704 votes for the position of Secretary of State.For the Democratic Comptroller ticket, Greenwich residents voted Kevin Lembo with 1285 votes over Michael Jarjura with 615. The Republican Comptroller candidate Martha Dean was voted by Greenwich residents 1995 to Ross Garber's 1238.
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