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  Opponents swore profanity within earshot of children and in one case threatened physical harm at an open air “meet...
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Someone is stealing Kim Healy’s lawn signs. Last week one was taken from Danbury Road near the High School. At...
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Wilton RTC is pleased to announce that our member, Kim Healy, has won the 26th District Republican Primary. Since her nomination, Kim has worked tirelessly with her grassroots efforts to introduce herself and engage residents in the district.
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For longer than anyone can remember, Connecticut towns have had the ability, granted by the state, to control their own...
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Our GOP Connecticut Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano wrote a very interesting Op-Ed with his take on what's happening around...
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The Wilton Republican Town Committee is proud to award Emma Babashak the first annual WRTC Lincoln Scholarship for her essay...
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Donations Accepted at 40 Molbrook drive and WVAC HQ is located at 234 Danbury Rd in the town hall complex. Wilton...
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Calling all Wilton Republicans!  Please attend the RTC's Informational Meeting on Thursday, December 12, 2019. Dear Friends: Did you know...
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Statement of the Wilton Republic Town Committee (January 25, 2019) We strongly oppose the Bill proposed by the Democrats’ Senate...
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Representative Gail Lavielle was first elected in 2010 to represent Connecticut’s 143rd House district, which includes most of Wilton, the...
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More than 30 Wilton neighbors took a break from Sunday afternoon sports and lawn work to meet some of the...
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State Sen. Toni Boucher (R-26), State Rep. Gail Lavielle (R-143) and State Rep. Tom O’Dea (R-125) received unanimous endorsement from...
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The mission of the Wilton Republican Town Committee is to identify, recruit and support strong Republican candidates for elected office. In doing so, we will seek to identify and listen to the concerns, values, and energy of our citizens and take action that preserves all the qualities that we love about Wilton.

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