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South Windsor Republican Town Committee
Meetings: 3rd Thursday of Every Month (except December)
7pm Madden room in town hall

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We want you to make your own informed decisions based on facts.

Here is a link to the most recent three years of town council meetings.


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If you are not a registered Republican and would like to be, contact Sue Burnham in the Registrar's Office at the South Windsor Town Hall (860) 644-2511 x. 276.


Dates to Remember

September 17, 2015 Republican Town Committee Meeting, Town Hall
October 3, 2015: Heritage Day on Main Street
November 3, 2015: Election Day

Meet the Candidates

Board of Education

Beth Esstman joins an impressive list of candidates for November's election.

Beth EsstmanEducation in South Windsor is a priority for me. I am fortunate to have four children. When my youngest starts kindergarten this fall, all four of my children will be in the South Windsor Public School System. My husband and I moved our family to South Windsor in 2008, just before our oldest started kindergarten. At the time we were living in a town that did not have a strong school system. We wanted to find a town that valued education where we could raise our children. We came to South Windsor for the school system and education here. Professionally I am a Gerontological Nurse Practitioner. I obtained my graduate education and my nursing degrees from Yale University. I have been elected to and have served on local and national nursing boards. The importance of education and the public school system has been engrained in me throughout my life. As the daughter, sister, and daughter-in-law of former or current public school teachers, passionate discussions about education have always been commonplace. Obviously, I have a vested interested in our public schools because four of the most important people in my life are in them. Although the South Windsor Public School System has many strengths, I think there are opportunities for improvement. I hope to be a part of the change that further improves our school system for my own children and for all the public school children in our town.

2015 Candidates

Town Council

William "Billy" Carroll


Tom Delnicki

Lisa Maneeley

Carolyn Streeter Mirek


Matt Riley

Janice Snyder
Board of Education

Beth Esstman


Jamie Gamble

David Joy

Phil Koboski


Rick Stahr





the school system and education here. Professionally I am a Gerontological Nurse Practitioner. I obtained my graduate education and my nursing degrees from Yale University. I have been elected to and have served on local and national nursing boards. The importance of education and the public school system has been engrained in me throughout my life. As the daughter, sister, and daughter-in-law of former or current public school teachers, passionate discussions about education have always been commonplace. Obviously, I have a vested interested in our public schools because four of the most important people in my life are in them. Although the South Windsor Public School System has many strengths, I think there are opportunities for improvement. I hope to be a part of the change that further improves our school system for my own children and for all the public school children in our town.