About Us

A Message From Our Chairman
The Town Committee

Greetings from the Enfield Republican Town Committee 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 ten 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.

Enfield Republicans believe in government being fiscally responsible, responsive to the needs of its citizens, and allowing each citizen to grow, prosper and enjoy life in his or her own individual way.

We have proven this by keeping our taxes low and providing services our neighbors have come to expect and require.

Elected officials work hard at keeping our town – a small town – abundant with great benefits. We believe we are all neighbors; We look out for one another and our elected officials spend the taxpayers’ money wisely.

The Enfield Republican Town Committee welcomes you to join or visit us on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Our doors are always open – and we just love new company!

Come see why we know: “Enfield, Connecticut: It Just Keeps Getting Better.”
Mary Ann R. Turner
Enfield Republican Town Committee Chairman

The Enfield Republican Town Committee

Chairman: Mary Ann Turner
Vice-Chairman: Kelly Hemmeler
Treasurer: Jason Jones
Secretary: Joanne Fealy

The Enfield Republican Town Committee is made of of men and women from all walks of life, embodying the principles of pride, respect and responsibility. We support our local community by volunteering our time and by recruiting and supporting candidates to run for state and local office. We work collectively to raise funds for the RTC, volunteer during election season, and promote the three pillars of a great town; sound finances, successful schools and an outstanding quality of life.  We meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at Enfield Town Hall (820 Enfield Street) in the Town Council chambers.  If you are interested in joining or have questions, please click on the Contact us link below or come to our next meeting to learn more.

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