Many states will head to the polls to elect Senators, Representatives, and even Governors.  It is important to head out and vote for conservative candidates on the ballot.  While many call the GOP the party of “rich, old, white men,” here are the 61 Republican women running for United States Congress this election season.

Alaska

Martha Roby – US Representative 02

Arizona

Martha McSally – US Senate

Wendy Rogers – US Representative 01

Lea Marquez Peterson – US Representative 02

Debbie Lesko – US Representative 08

California

Marla Livengood – US Representative 09

Lisa Remmer – US Representative 12

Cristina Osmena – US Representative 14

Elizabeth Heng – US Representative 16

Christine Russell – US Representative 18

Kimberlin Brown Pelzer – US Representative 36

Young Kim – US Representative 39

Aja Smith – US Representative 41

Mimi Walters – US Representative 45

Diane L. Harkey – US Representative 49

Morgan Murtaugh – US Representative 53

Connecticut

Jennifer T. Nye – US Representative 01

Florida

Virginia Fuller – US Representative 05

Maria E. Salazar – US Representative 27

Georgia

Karen Handel – US Representative 06

Indiana

Jackie Swihart Walorski – US Representative 02

Susan W. Brooks – US Representative 05

Kentucky

Vickie Yates B. Glisson – US Representative 03

Massachuettes

Tracy Lovvorn – US Representative 02

Maryland

Elizabeth Matory – US Representative 02

Amie Hoeber – US Representative 06

Michigan

Candius Stearns – US Representative 09

Lena Epstein – US Representative 11

Minnesota

Karin Housley – US Senate

Jennifer L. Zielinski – US Representative 05

Missouri

Ann L. Wagner – US Rep 02

Vicky Jo Hartzler – US Representative 04

Mississippi

Cindy Hyde-Smith – US Senate

North Carolina

Virginia A. Foxx – US Representative 05

Nebraska

Deb Fischer – US Senate

New Jersey

Janice Arnold-Jones – US Representative 01

Yvette Herrell – US Representative 02

Nevada

Joyce F. Bentley – US Representative 01

New York

Chele Chiavacci Farley – US Senate

Naomi Levin – US Representative 10

Jineea Butler – US Representative 13

Elise M. Stefanik – US Representative 21

Claudia Tenney – US Representative 22

Renee M. Zeno – US Representative 26

Ohio

Beverly Goldstein – US Representative 11

Pennsylvania

Pearl Kim – US Representative 05

South Carolina

Katherine E. Arrington – US Representative 01

South Dakota

Shantel Krebs – US Representative At Large

Tennessee

Marsha Blackburn – US Senate

Charlotte Bergmann – US Representative 09

Texas

Kay N. Granger – US Representative 12

Ava Pate – US Representative 18

Utah

Mia B. Love – US Representative 04

Virginia

Barbara J. Comstock – US Representative 10

Vermont

Anya Tynio – US Representative At Large

Washington

Susan Hutchison – US Senate

Jaime L. Herrera Beutler – US Representative 03

Cathy McMorris Rodgers – US Representative 05

Wisconsin

Leah Vukmir – US Senate

West Virginia

Carol D. Miller – US Representative 03

Wyoming

Liz L. Cheney – US Representative At Large

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