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Glastonbury Republicans have a long history of sound governance and fiscal responsibility. Under Republican leadership, Glastonbury has been recognized as one of the best-managed and most desirable towns in Connecticut. Our quality of life and approach to 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, conservative fiscal management.

These results don’t just happen and this is why we are fighting to return to the leadership majority, to protect and keep Glastonbury a special place for all of us to call home.

Glastonbury Republicans take great pride in the job performance of our dedicated elected and appointed Republican officials who have persistently striven to preserve, protect and enhance our local treasures and quality of life. If you would like to become involved and volunteer your time with the Glastonbury Republican Town Committee, please contact us, or reach out to our leadership team. If we may be of help to your organization by providing volunteers for a special purpose, please talk with us!

We welcome any financial support that you may be willing to provide. If you would like to make a contribution to the Glastonbury Republicans, you may do so online or via mail.

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News

CT Republican Counter Proposal on Congressional Re-Districting

January 6, 2022

Yesterday, the Connecticut Republicans was the only non-legislative entity to offer any alternative Congressional Redistricting plan to the State Supreme Court.   Connecticut Republicans submitted two separate maps to the Special…

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Chairman’s Call for Resignation

January 3, 2022

In case you missed it, GRTC Chairman George Norman called for Ray McFall’s resignation from the Board of Ed  following the altercation at the December BoE meeting, saying his continued…

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