PO Box 1233

Madison, CT 06443

(203) 856-0739

 

Email: Amystef@gmail.com

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Madison Republican Town Committee

Madison Republican Town Committee Mission

Our mission is to elect and appoint local and state candidates who embody the core Republican principles: individual freedom, limited government and fiscal responsibility. We advocate to:

Recruit civic-minded Republicans for election or appointment to Town of Madison boards and commissions,

Recommend and endorse such candidates for inclusion on the ballots (elected) or to Board if Selectmen (appointed),

Support Republican candidates for office who will be responsive to the needs of Madison,

Encourage the enrollment of Madison residents as Republicans, and

Persuade unaffiliated voters to support Republican Candidates.

Delivering Fiscal Value and Results

We are advocates for tax fairness and ensuring the greatest possible return of tax dollars to the Town of Madison. We seek a high caliber of educational and municipal services at fair and reasonable costs to our community, delivering results that go beyond expectations to improve the quality of life for all.

MRTC Officers

 

You may contact (email) any of our Committee officers:

     

Chairman Amy Stefanowski

 

Vice Chairman Eileen Banisch

 

Secretary Alexander (Sandy) McKissick

 

Treasurer Peter Roos

 

Recommendations Committee Chair Ron Clark

 

Nominations Committee Chair Fillmore McPherson

Download an Application

This is writable PDF. Please fill out and return via email.

Join the Town Republican Committee

 

There are two levels of membership:

Regular Member and Associate Member

  • Both require submission of an application.

  • Candidates are interviewed by the Nominations Committee.

    • Regular members are voted in at town-wide Republican caucus in January, every other year. At the caucus, a slate is presented by the Nominations Committee, but there can be nominations from the floor.

    • Associate members are voted on by the Town Committee.

  • Terms are for two years. No term limits. Officers are selected by the membership, usually in March of the caucus year.

  • Vacancies are filled by the Town Committee, from candidates brought forward by the Nominations Committee.

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