To succeed in our mission we must provide qualified candidates for all public offices (elected & appointed) who believe in and can articulate to the community our mission.

2022 Candidates

State Representatives

Bob Hebert

State Assembly, 111th District

Successful business executive ready and willing to bring his wisdom and experience to Hartford, to shield our town from government overreach. A dedicated civil servant who will cross the aisle to work for the good of Ridgefield, protecting our residents, children, schools and property values

State Assembly - 42nd District

Kim Healy

Everyone deserves a fair chance to succeed. Our nation’s success is built on the founding principles of unlimited opportunity, quality education, commitment to hard work, and the freedom to pursue our dreams. We need to strive each and every day to ensure that the community is advancing towards meeting these founding principles.


State Senate


Toni Boucher

State Senate - 26th District

Toni Boucher has never stood on the sidelines. In her roles as a marketing and investment executive, State Representative and State Senator, Toni has built an unmatched record of success, team leadership, and bipartisan decision making.

Michelle Coelho

State Senate - 24th District

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US Congress - Connecticut's 4th District


Ethan Book

Connecticut's 4th Congressional District

“America stands on four main values; Faith in God, Freedom of Speech, Family and Economic Freedom. If fascism ever comes to America, it will come in the name of liberalism.”
Ronald Reagan, 40th U.S. President

Michael Goldstein

Connecticut's 4th Congressional District

I am tired of seeing the Democrats of this Constitution State not abiding by the constitution and will do everything I can to prevent the state from becoming the next Detroit.


Jayme Stevenson

US Congress - Connecticut's 4th District

 I believe in limited government intervention…. just enough to help people help themselves and a safety net for the most vulnerable among us.  I have trust in people to know what is best for their family and their business and in the transformative power of American ingenuity. We need government to be our partner in helping to keep us safe, healthy and well educated…we can handle the rest.

United States Senate

Nick Connors

United States Senate

I'm running for U.S. Senate to stop legalized corruption and end the era of the career-politician. My focus is to do nothing short of restoring power back to the American people.

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John Flynn

United States Senate

We need more than one Honest US Senator in New England. We need to support and Defend the Constitution in  the Constitution State.  The Senate was designed to be our conscience.   It is dysfunctional.  . 

Robert Hyde

United States Senate

Robert Hyde is committed to jobs and growing the Connecticut economy, investing in infrastructure, lowering drug prices, and supporting our veterans, military, and the unbroken continuance of American Greatness.


Themis Klarides

United States Senate

I’ll put Connecticut first — I have the experience to know there are times when you dig your heels in, and there are times for bipartisanship and working together. We need elected officials in Washington committed to putting in the hard work and compromise required to solve the many problems facing our country.

Leora Levy

United States Senate

Leora is committed to leading the fight for freedom in this country because she has seen what happens when you lose it.


Peter Lumaj

United States Senate

I am willing to do the difficult and sometimes unpopular things needed to stop those who have threatened to fundamentally change America.  This must be done to take America back from the brink and preserve our great nation for future generations.

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Connecticut Governor

Susan Patracelli Regan

Connecticut Governor

Government should be a help not a hindrance. Equality in opportunity will be the driving force to a successful fiscal revitalization. Regardless of political party, we must work with the Administration in Washington to generate the most efficient and effective solutions for Connecticut.

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Bob Stefanowski

Connecticut Governor

Bob’s financial expertise is exactly what Connecticut needs to root out waste, fraud and abuse, and make sure every dollar that is paid by taxpayers is spent with respect for the hard work that went into earning it. 

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Connecticut Secretary of State

Dominic Rapini

Connecticut Secretary of State

I have the skills and insight necessary to bring Connecticut’s elections to new levels of trust and efficiency. My goal is to create a system of elections that will be the gold standard of the American Electoral process. 


Brock Weber

Connecticut Secretary of State

I got into this race because I believe I'm the only Republican that has the right background and the passion to win

Terrie Wood

Connecticut Secretary of State

My broad experience in the local business, non-profit and community advocacy sectors combined with legislative experience on how government works and what accountable, transparent and bipartisan leadership looks like, I’m uniquely poised for the responsibilities of the Secretary of the State.


Connecticut State Comptroller


Harry Arora

Connecticut State Treasurer

If elected, I will ensure that our debt is used prudently, and a high level of due diligence is performed before one single penny is spent from the Treasury. I will focus on asset allocation and returns on our pension investments. I will put an end to excessive fees being paid by the state for subpar returns

Mary Fay

Connecticut State Comptroller

Restoring integrity, tightening financial controls, increasing efficiency and improving
accuracy of reporting and forecasting will be my priorities.

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Connecticut Attorney General

Jessica Kordas

Connecticut Attorney General

I am seeking the office of Attorney General of Connecticut because it is time to stand up and demand that the government, and the state’s largest law firm, works for the people. The office of the Attorney General, and the government, must no longer be a platform for self-interested politicians