Welcome to the website of the Greenwich Republican Town Committee. As Republican Party Chairman, I urge you to use this site to learn more about both the RTC and Greenwich's town government. I also urge you to join us as we continue the long-standing Republican tradition of providing prudent, efficient and effective government in Town.

Greenwich has been blessed over the years to have a local government characterized by very competent elected officials, and an extensive volunteer involvement in Town affairs by so many of our talented and energetic citizens who have generously devoted countless hours to making the town a better place in which to live and raise a family.

We would welcome your support and involvement as well. Please reach out to our elected Republican officials, or to me, if you have any questions or require any assistance.

Jim Campbell, Chairman

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RTC Members

District 1
Carl Carlson
Ed Dadakis
John Duge
Victoria Goss
John Raben
District 2
Carlo Cantovero
Suzanne Geiss-Robbins
Dick Kriskey
Lolly Prince
Melinda Sherman

District 3
Louise Bavis
Carmella Budkins
Jackie Budkins
Kathy Derene

District 4
David Budkins
Mary Ann Mullen
John Thompson
Michael Springall
John Wetmore

District 5 
Rene Chronert
Bill Gremp
Katie Johnson
Randall Smith
Nancy Weissler
District 6
Marc Ducret
Jeff Dybas
Debra Hess
Arline Lomazzo
Barbara O’Neill

District 7
Fred Brooks
Karen Fassuliotis
Marianne Gattinella
Rob Searle
Leslie Tarkington
District 8
Jim Campbell
Kerrin Coyle
Irene Dietrich
Tod Laudonia
Michael Mason
Linda Moshier

District 9
James Clifford
Eric Lindberg
Lauren Rabin
Sue Rogers
Steve Warzoha

District 10 
Greg Bedrosian
Bob Byrnes
Lloyd Hull
Larry Larson
John Lucarelli
District 11 
Rosa Fini
Debbie Gunzelman
Marc Johnson
Roz Nicastro
Jon Redmond
District 12 
Fred DeCaro
Rich DiPreta
Bill Kalna
Peter Sherr
Donald Whyko

State Central Committee Convention
for the 36th District
May 12 at 8:00 pm
Town Hall Meeting Room

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The Disinvitation Dinner is a project of the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale. Launched in early 2011, the mission of the Buckley Program is to promote intellectual diversity on Yale's campus and beyond. We sponsor lectures, seminars, conferences, and  summer internships for undergraduates, among other activities.

We celebrate free speech. We reject the close-minded attempts to silence the exchange of ideas on college campuses across the country. Instead, we seek to restore honest debate to the intellectual life of the university. 

From the Office of the First Selectman

The Passing of Selectman David N. Theis & Memorial Service

It is with profound sadness that we announce the untimely passing of our beloved Selectmen, friend and colleague David N. Theis.

A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Christ Church, Greenwich: 254 E. Putnam Ave., Greenwich.

Over the past 5 years we have been honored to serve on the Board of Selectman with Dave who brought integrity, wisdom, leadership and humor to every aspect of town government. There was no better partner to serve with and to call your friend. Our prayers are with Dave's family, especially his partner of many years Kerrin Coyle and his sisters Ginny and Nancy. We ask that our fellow residents continue to send their prayers to Dave's friends and family.

In lieu of flowers donations in David's memory may be made to the following organizations: Greenwich Old Timers' Athletic Association, P.O. Box 558, Greenwich, CT 06836 or Adopt A Dog, 23 Cox Avenue, Armonk, NY 10504.

Please continue to keep David's family in your prayers. May our loyal public servant and friend be at peace with God.

Peter J. Tesei
First Selectman

Drew Marzullo

Greenwich Republicans rev up campaigns at annual clambake

By Ken Borsuk on October 2, 2014

Under a crystal clear blue sky and with unseasonably warm September weather, state Rep. Livvy Floren (R-149th) declared the 83rd annual Cos Cob Republican Club Clambake, “A glorious day to be a Republican.”

And with the party pushing toward big goals this Election Day, the party faithful certainly agreed as delicacies like lobster, steak and swordfish were enjoyed at Greenwich Point’s clambake area while Republican candidates and officials urged them to support the ticket in November. A pair of rematches led this year’s ticket as Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley, a Greenwich resident, leads the way in his bid to unseat incumbent Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy after one term and former state Sen. Dan Debicella is again challenging U.S. Rep. Jim Himes as the Cos Cob Democrat seeks his fourth term in Congress.

Click here to read the complete article on the Greenwich Post

Photos from the 83rd Annual Cos Cob Clambake