The Elephant Roast: A night of fun, comedy and celebration:

Our former Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Board of Education Chairman have, collectively, served the Enfield community for decades.  On Friday, February 23rd from 6PM until 10PM, at the Holiday Inn at 1 Bright Meadow Blvd, we will be honoring these gentlemen and celebrating all their accomplishments and what they have done for Enfield.

Scott Kaupin, Bill Lee and Tom Sirard may no longer be elected officials in Enfield, but they are still involved in our community.  They are still active in scouts, community service and on various boards and commissions.  Service is in their blood.  They have spend years of their lives working and fighting to make Enfield a better place to learn and live.  Here you have an opportunity to thank them for all they have done.  Tickets for the event are going fast.  And, a portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Enfield July 4th Celebration Committee.

Please click on the Read More link below to learn more about this event, buy your tickets and find out how you can wish Scott, Bill and Tom well.

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Meet our elected officials.

Enfield Republicans are well represented in the State Legislature as well as on our Council and Board here in Enfield.  On November 8th, 2016, the voters of Enfield sent John Kissel, Greg Stokes and Carol Hall to represent the 7th District in the State Senate and the 58th and 59th Districts in the State House (respectively).

Most recently, on November 7th, 2017, the Enfield electorate rewarded our years of sound decisions by re-electing Republican majorities on both of our local governing bodies.  The Republican majority on Enfield’s Town Council is led by Mayor Mike Ludwick and Deputy Mayor Donna Szewczak.  And on the Board of Education, Chairman Walter Kruzel and Vice-Chairman Charlotte Riley are at the helm.

Our Republican elected officials work together with the best interests of Enfield at heart.  We strive to continue to move Enfield in the right direction.  As long as our Governor and Democrat leaders in Hartford continue to take resources from our town and push unfunded mandates. your team of elected Republicans will fight back to make sure our town is kept in the best possible shape we can afford.

To learn more about your representatives at various levels of government, please click on the Read More link below.

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A message from our Chairman, Mary Ann Turner

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Enfield Republican Town Committee. Our goal is to give you local Republican news and information, and have you come to understand why we believe “Enfield, Connecticut: It Just Keeps Getting Better.”

Enfield Republicans have been overseeing and guiding the Town of Enfield for the last four years. Our government is run by a Town Council – 11 individuals – and 6 are Republican. The Town Council works with our Town Manager, Bryan Chodkowski – who is a professional manager overseeing the day-to-day operations of Enfield.

The Enfield Board of Education consists of nine members – 5 are Republican – and this group works diligently to offer our children a quality education and opportunities they can build upon as they move towards graduation and beyond… (Read More)