The North Haven Republican Town Committee (NHRTC) is a community organization involved in all factors that address the quality of life in North Haven. The qualities that attract people to become North Haven residents, such as sound fiscal policy and an exceptional education system, are in large part due to the contributions made by the variuos republican administrations throughout the Town's history. For over 200 years, the Republican Party has been the majority party in our Town. In those 200+ years, the Town has been lead by a non-Republican administration only twice, and those administrations lasted but one term before being returned to a Republican administration.

The NHRTC also helps recruit, recommend and support registered Republicans who volunteer their time to serve on board and commissions that help in the governing of our Town. Other NHRTC responsibilities include:

  • Support local Republican candidates for elected offices such as letter writing, hands-on campaigning, and neighborhood walk-along participation.
  • Organizing local fundraisers in support of all NHRTC activities.
  • Conducting annual Caucuses and Nominating Conventions.
  • Coordinating activites with the Republican Town Committees of surrounding towns and the State Republican Central Committee.
  • Encouraging voter turnout by staffing call centers to "Get Out The Vote" during campaign periods prior to Election Day.

The NHRTC consists of 35 registered Republican voters. In even-numbered years, the NHRTC is involved with the campaigns of Republican candidates seeking national offices, statewide offices and legislative positions. In odd-numbered years, the NHRTC focuses its efforts on electing Republican candidates for town-wide positions.


  • CHAIRMAN - James X. DiCarlo
  • CO- VICE CHAIRMAN - Bob Hannon
  • CO-VICE CHAIRMAN - Caryolyn Wright
  • SECRETARY - Barbara Eligio
  • TREASURER - Carolyn Yaccarino


          Lewis Borelli                       Susan Maturo             
          Vern Carlson                       Mary Jane Mulligan
          Donald Clark                       Pasquale Nuzzolillo
          Joseph D'Errico                   Mark Parisi
          Timothy Doheny                Pamela Parella
          Gina Falcigno                      Elinore Pedalino
          Michael Fletcher                 Jay Richardson
          Michael Freda                     Martin Rudnick
          Vincenzo Gallo                    Joseph Solimene
          Andrews Gorry                   Karl Veith   
           James Grillo                        Robin Wilson 
          Gary Johns                           David Yaccarino
          Larry Lazaroff                      J. Stacey Yarbrough                           
          Michael Maturo                  Michael Zuccarelli


  • Smaller more efficient government.
  • Respect for the rule of law.
  • Less taxation on individual, businesses and investments.
  • Removal of burdensome regulations on individuals and business, while supporting the level of limited regulation necessary to ensure fair competition.
  • Support of policies that further the preservation of our environment and natural resources.
  • Advocacy of individual private property rights.
  • Holding public schools accountable to ensure public funds are spent wisely, and effectively measure and evaluate educational progress.
  • Freedom of parents to send their children to high performance schools.
  • Educate and inform the general public about America's national heritage and citizenship responsibilities.