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April 28, 2016: Redding Repbulicans Endorse State Candidates

Following their meeting of April 28th, The Redding Republican Town Committee announced the endorsement of the following candidates for office:

Dan Carter - candidate for U.S Senate
John Shaban - candidate for 4th U.S. Congressional District
Toni Boucher - incumbent candidate for State Senate, 26th District
Will Duff - candidate for State Representative - 2nd District
Adam Dunsby candidate for State Representative - 135th District



Redding Republican Town Committee Chairman - Michael Thompson  

Redding CT Selectman Michael ThompsonI am grateful for the opportunity to lead the Redding Republican Town Committee the next two years and look forward to working with all our members, including our new slate of officers, to invigorate our party and the Republican brand in Redding today.

I believe government can provide value, particularly at the local level. Redding Republicans serve our community best when we focus on providing necessary services in a fiscally responsible way, while recognizing the needs of all our citizens. I am excited to increase the RTC's visibility and to identify and support candidates for elected and appointed office who will approach governing with common sense, an open mind and a willingness to work collaboratively to get things done for Redding,

Michael Thompson, RTC Chairman


2016 Redding RTC Endorsed Candidates


Dan Carter - US Senate

John Shaban - candidate for 4th U.S. Congressional District

Toni Boucher - incumbent candidate for State Senate, 26th District

Will Duff - candidate for State Representative - 2nd District

Adam Dunsby candidate for State Representative - 135th District
Redding CT Republican Town Committee - Upcoming Events

RTC Meetings are scheduled for the fourth Thursday of each month, 7:30pm at Town Hall (except for November due to Thanksgiving.)

 Redding CT Republican Town Committee - Town News

John Reilly

John Reilly is one of our newest RTC members, having previously been an unaffiliated voter. He is also seeking election to the Redding Board of Education, having been nominated in last months caucus.

John and his wife Lisa chose to raise their two daughters in Redding after careful consideration of all other surrounding towns. John hopes to continue improving our top-rated schools so that other families will also choose to live here. After growing up in Trumbull, John moved to Maryland and later California. In 2004 John returned to Connecticut where he met his wife, Lisa and embarked on a career in insurance. For the last 5 years he has worked for the John M. Glover Agency. John is a graduate of Loyola University in Maryland and Fairfield Prep.

Of becoming a Redding Republican, John says, "While relatively new to Redding, I'm not new to the common sense ideas that are the trademarks of the Republican party:  fiscal responsibility and  conservative values. I joined the RTC to align myself with like-minded individuals."

Redding CT Repbulican Town Committee - State News
 

April 8, 2016: Our Team is Growing

Friends,

Since the convention, our fundraising has ticked upward as more and more people are focused on our race to reclaim our congressional seat and retire Jim Himes.

Please welcome the newest members of our Finance Committee:

Lt. Gov. Mike Fedele

Tom Herrmann
Former First Selectman of Easton

Leora Levy
National Committewoman

John McKinney
Former Senate Republican Leader


The list of donors coming forth to help lead us to victory is growing. Please join them today with your contribution!

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May 31, 2016: "The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away"

Dear Friends of State Senate District 26,

Thank you for the gift of public service that you have provided me these last two years. Yes, it has been a difficult road to travel and the fiscal problems of the state are devastating and seem to get worse each year, but I believe we can still turn things around. People have finally had enough and are offering to help me fight back. This will be a historic year, not just nationally but in the CT Senate. National polls show CT will be a toss-up state and that Republicans have a serious chance to win the majority. We are only 4 seats away from gaining control of the senate and changing the direction of the state! Accomplishing this goal required that we keep the seats we have to do this.

I am grateful to receive the unanimous vote and support at the State Senate 25 Convention this month. I have filed with the Secretary of the State to be your candidate on November 8. Now is the time donate and for me to quality for funds to run a strong race.

Boucher for CT" campaign needs 300 donors from any of the towns in the district, even if you are not in the district line ( the entire town residents can contribute) Click here to donate online.

Maximum contribution is $100 and 12-18 years olds can donate up to $30. Only personal credit cards and NOT corporate credit cards are permissible

NOTE: If sending a check by mail using the donor form to Boucher for CT, 5 Wicks End Lane, Wilton, CT 06897- the Maximum contribution is $100 and 12-18 years olds can donate up to $30. Only personal checks and NOT business checks are permissible. The signature on the form must MATCH the signature on the check. Thank you!

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