Timothy "Timmy" Conway' (born 27 October 1942) is a former Irish politician from Naas in County Kildare. An accountant and long-serving local councillor, he served for six years as a senator in the 1980s and later contested two general elections. In the course of his political career, he switched party twice, moving from the Labour Party to the Progressive Democrats to Fine Gael.
Conway remained a member of Kildare County Council and of Naas Town Council, where he initiated the town's twinning with the American city of Omaha, Nebraska. He was one of three of the town's nine councillors whose council-funded to Omaha was described by another councillor as a "gravy train". He was twice chairman of the county council, and served as Mayor of Naas from 2002 to 2003. However, in June 2003 he left the Progressive Democrats to join Fine Gael, and in the 2004 local elections he lost his seats on both the Town council and the County Council.