[WILTON] April 16th 2018
For immediate release
The Wilton Republican Town Committee has launched a new website to support Republican candidates for local, state, and federal offices and to allow Wilton voters to foster a relationship with the Wilton RTC. The RTC also has a new web address: http://wiltongop.org .
The new site uses the latest security and other features and has a clean, modern design with improved and updated content. Under the new direction of RTC public relations chairman Joe Peres, the site will feature compelling content and frequent updates.
Peres said “We’re all very excited for the launch of the new RTC site. We’ve used a fresh modern design and innovative technology to bring Wilton voters the best possible user experience while pushing forward the RTC’s message and supporting its mission.”
With the new site, Wilton residents will be able to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to local and state issues as well as get to know their elected representatives. In many ways, the site will serve as a “town square” for Wilton and her residents.
The Wilton RTC is excited to have a new website after a long and sometimes tumultuous period. These welcomed advances come along with recent changes in leadership for the Republican Party in Wilton.
Wilton RTC Chairman Bill Lalor added that, “The new site is a state-of-the-art, online nerve center for the RTC. It is the next step in an overhaul at the RTC that’s been taking place since October, and it is great stride forward. It will be incredibly helpful throughout the year and as we head into fall campaign season.”
This website was made possible through the efforts of Peter Wrampe, Joe Peres and the Wilton RTC Public Relations committee.
The Wilton Republican Town Committee is a group of Republicans elected by Wilton’s Republican constituents to identify, recruit and support Republican candidates for elected office. In doing so, the RTC seeks to identify and listen to the concerns, values, and energy of Wilton and her citizens in order to take actions that preserve all the qualities of Wilton that are loved by her citizens