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The Town of Old Lyme, Connecticut—situated where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound—encompasses some 27 square miles. Natural beauty abounds here, with miles of shoreline, tidal marshes and estuaries, wetlands, lakes, and numerous conservation areas available for hiking, boating, kayaking, and exploring. Known for its excellent schools, low taxes, a strong arts community, and a history of volunteerism among its residents, Old Lyme is a delightful town to live in!

    The Old Lyme Republican Town Committee is proud to be a part of this vibrant community. The women and men of the committee work to elect candidates that will help preserve Old Lyme’s natural beauty, keep our schools strong and locally controlled, maintain fiscal responsibility of taxpayer funds, support our local businesses, and protect our citizens. We encourage you to keep up with the Old Lyme RTC by following us on Facebook and Instagram, and subscribing to our email list (form below). The Committee meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm in Town Hall. We invite you to join us! 

Upcoming Events

The Old Lyme RTC meets in Town Hall on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm.

Join us!

Save the Date

Annual RTC Picnic

Sunday, September 10, 2023


Around Old Lyme

Regional District 18

Facilities Project

On November 8, 2022, citizens of Lyme and Old Lyme voted to approve the issuance of bonds to fund a project that will address facilities needs in the school district.

Read more about the project at

Lymes Senior Center proposed renovation

A project to renovate and expand the Lymes Senior Center on Town Woods Road may go to referendum this summer. Learn more about the proposed project.

Around the State

Old Lyme’s David Kelsey honored by Connecticut GOP


At the 44th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner on May 31, Dave Kelsey was ...
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Connecticut House Approves Early Voting to start in 2024


The Connecticut House passed Bill 5004 on May 4, 2023, which will bring a 14-day early voting period to Connecticut’s elections.

Read the CT Mirror's report on the vote.

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