It's official: Glastonbury's Lorraine Marchetti is the pick to face Sen. Steve Cassano (D-Manchester) in the 4th DistrictLorraine on the Web Lorraine on Facebook
The Connecticut Republican Party held its annual Prescott Bush Dinner on Tuesday, May 24. Carly Fiorina was the keynote speaker.COURANT STORY
Matthew Corey of Manchester was nominated to face Rep. John Larson (D-East Hartford) this fall.@MCorey4Congress
State Rep. Dan Carter (R-Bethel) will face Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) in November.@DanCarterCT
Lorraine Marchetti has qualified for State CEP funding in her race for the 4th District seat in the State Senate. Pictured with Lorraine is Tim Devanney, Treasurer.LORRAINE 4 CT COURANT STORY
We did it: Glastonbury Republicans swept all races, maintained supermajorities on Town Council and Board of Education.HARTFORD COURANT STORY
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:
The Glastonbury RTC will host a Reagan BBQ on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Details will be forthcoming. We hope to see you there!
From left to right, Larry Byar, Bill Finn, Kurt Cavanaugh, Chip Beckett, Karen Boisvert and Whit Osgood.