• The Clock Is Ticking For CT GOP To Find Candidates For State House, Senate Races

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    Calling all Republicans!

    The deadline for candidates to register to run for office in Connecticut is Tuesday, June 11th.

    The CT GOP has open seats to fill in three state senate races, and dozens of state house races, though we are hearing a few of the state house races may have identified candidates since our list was generated.

    If you know of strong, principled Republicans in the towns of Bethel, Bridgeport, Cheshire, Danbury, Eastford, East Hartford, Easton, Glastonbury, Groton, Hamden, Hartford, Manchester, Meriden, Middletown, Milford, Norwalk, New Haven, Newington, Redding, Rocky Hill, Stamford, West Hartford, Weston, Waterbury, West Haven, Wethersfield, Windham, Windsor, and/or Woodbridge, please encourage them to reach out to their local Republican Town Committees ASAP.

    Tuesday is coming up fast.

    We can't afford to let Democrats win seats without even giving them a challenge!!

    Right now, Democrats like Matt Lesser, Matt Ritter, Jillian Gillchrest, Liz Linehan, Lucy Dathan and Kate Farrar, are running uncontested.

    It's time to time to get off the couch, and get some skin in the game.

    We can't win if we don't even have people registered to run.

    Please help us find candidates to fill these spots.

    The clock is ticking!

    Please see the lists below which were kindly assembled for the Connecticut Republican Assembly (CTRA) by Matt O'Brien.

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    Anne Manusky

    Anne Manusky, M.Ed., a 23-year Easton resident, wife and mother, is also the President of the CT Republican Assembly Chapter of NFRA and also CT Parents Involved in Education (CTPIE is a chapter of USPIE). She ran in Easton for Board of Education in 2015 and for Selectman in 2018. She has written extensively to advocate for children's issues, especially against the current ideological trends of pressuring academics, sex transition and psychological manipulation of children.

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