The mission of the Wilton Republican Town Committee is to identify, recruit and support strong Republican candidates for local elected office. In doing so, we will seek to identify and listen to the concerns, values, and energy of all neighbors and take action that preserves all the qualities that we love about Wilton.
We think Wilton is exceptional because of the brilliance and character of our students, the wisdom of our elders, the civility and decency of our neighbors, and the dignity we strive to infuse in all our cooperative actions. The WRTC’s mission starts in Wilton, and we will support candidates, policies, and initiatives that:
The GOP is the party of Abraham Lincoln, and our efforts as a town committee are guided by values and beliefs that are necessary for the proper functioning of a representative democracy:
The Wilton Republican Town Committee is made up of neighbors with common concerns for our town, our state, and our nation. Together, we are working to defend what is right about Wilton and correct what's wrong with our dysfunctional state.
If you share our concerns we hope you will join us. We meet the second Tuesday of every month and our gatherings are open to everyone. Sign up to find out when and where.
Chairman of the WRTC.
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The Wilton Republican Town Committee focuses on matters that specifically relate to our town. It supports lowering property taxes while increasing property values, blocking the regionalization of our schools and state-sanctioned affordable housing mandates, creating a competitive business environment to attract new businesses while keeping existing businesses and trying to stem the flow of residents out of the state.
Our mission includes recruiting and supporting qualified Republican candidates to serve in the best interests of Wilton residents. If you would like to join the Wilton Republican Town Committee or participate in one of our monthly Zoom meetings which are open to the public, contact me here.
Vice Chairman, WRTC
Peter is an international business development executive and Adjunct Professor of Finance and Inferential Statistics at NYU School of Professional Studies.
Lori moved to Wilton in 1973 and graduated from Wilton High School and is now an executive at Yale New Haven Healthcare System. She serves as Second Selectman on Wilton's Board of Selectmen.
Bill is an attorney and former Chairman of the WRTC. When the state legislature proposed to forcibly regionalize Wilton's schools, Bill organized Hands Off Our Schools, a statewide grassroots organizations that gave voice to thousands of citizens across Connecticut and defeated Hartford's plans.
A recent graduate of Cornell University, Jill serves on the Planning and Zoning Commission. is founder of a Victims and Survivors Association at Cornell, an Educator for Consent Education, and Chairwoman of her sorority's Committee on Sexual Assault. Jill brings a valuable new perspective to Wilton self-governance.
Josh has lived in town for more than 12 years and has two daughters attending Wilton Public Schools. His legal experience in commercial real estate informs his views on responsible development. He has served the town for many years in various capacities and is currently on the Board of Selectmen.
Kim is a CPA who has lived in Wilton since 2008 and in Connecticut since 1994. She is a member of the Wilton Library Board of Directors and the Wilton League of Women Voters. In her first run for elective office she challenged Will Haskell for State Senator in 2020.
Gail tirelessly represented Wilton in the Connecticut House of Representatives for more than a decade holding the line on taxes and defeating proposals to dilute our independence.
She served on the Norwalk River Valley Trail steering committee and is an Advisory Board member of Wilton Go Green.
She has held executive leadership positions with Fortune 500 corporations in both France and the United States for more than 25 years. Gail earned an MA in French from Yale, a BA in English from Cornell University, and an MBA in finance from UConn.
Annalisa is one of two Wilton Registrars of Voters. She is also Vice Chairman at Connecticut Republicans.
Anna-Marie is a CPA and Corporate Real Estate professional who has lived in Wilton since 2005 and in Connecticut since 1999. She is the Chairperson of Wilton’s Parks & Recreation Commission and served as a member of the Wilton Energy Commission. Anna-Marie held executive leadership positions in the Financial Services industry for over 25 years in LA, Atlanta, NYC and Stamford.
Lisa attended High School and College in Connecticut. She moved to Wilton in 2004. She is an IT professional and has been a member of the RTC since 2018. Lisa currently serves the town as Vice-Chair of the Historic District and Properties Commission and as a Constable.
Monty is an engineer and a graduate of Columbia University. He lived under a socialist authoritarian regime and experienced first-hand the crackdown of 1989 Democratic Movement in China. He embraces our precious democracy and has advocated against identity politics such as the “Asian Registry” issue and racial discrimination in college admissions. Monty and his wife have lived in town for seven years and they have a son who goes to Wilton High. Monty was elected to the Wilton Zoning Board of Appeals in 2019.
Phil serves on the Conservation Commission and had previously served on the Wilton Energy Commission and represented Wilton on the Southwestern Connecticut Regional Planning Association.
Warren previously served as Chairman of the Wilton Board of Finance for six years during more than a decade of service on the Board. Warren's professional career has also included work for Eastman Kodak, PepsiCo, and American Can Company in Greenwich.
Nadia is the author of, "War and the Art of Governance" and numerous articles on national security topics. She served as Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy in the Trump Administration.
Kathleen is an accomplished artist whose color, brush strokes and the feel of the canvas combine and reflect her experiences in Rio, Düsseldorf, Singapore, Shanghai and, of course, Wilton.