The Glastonbury Republican Town Committee is seeking candidates who are interested in running for municipal offices in the 2017 election this fall. Here's how you can make a difference.GRTC on Facebook
The Wall Street Journal singled out Connecticut as lagging far behind its national and regional peers in job growth.Read at WSJ.com
A recent study by Governing.com ranked Connecticut as one of the four worst states in the U.S. for retirees, citing its crushing debt and pension obligations.Link to Governing.com
The Glastonbury Republican Town Committee welcomed Rep. Prasad Srinivasan (R-31st Dist.) to its February meeting. Rep. Srinivasan is a declared candidate for Governor.Prasad on Facebook Prasad on the Web
Our progress over the last decade has been achieved as a product of smart and effective budgeting, and well-thought management of our Town’s priorities. Our progress cannot continue, however, without your support.Read More
Under Republican leadership, Glastonbury is recognized as one of the best-managed and desirable towns in Connecticut. Our quality of life and public safety are top-notch, and our school system is nationally renowned. Moreover, Glastonbury is a leader in conservation, “green initiatives” and land preservation, and our AAA Bond rating is an acknowledgment of our years of skillful and responsible fiscal planning.
Glastonbury Republicans believe in responsible, open and collaborative government. Our priorities are to sensibly manage growth in our community, to provide a quality education for all of our children, and to impose a minimal tax impact on our citizens, in accordance with the following core principles of good government:
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your families from the Glastonbury Republican Town Committee.
From left to right, Larry Byar, Bill Finn, Kurt Cavanaugh, Chip Beckett, Karen Boisvert and Whit Osgood.