Conservative Women Weekly, by Future Female Leaders, is a weekly installment to celebrate women’s achievements and accomplishments within the conservative movement. Here are five ways conservative women stood out this week.

Catalina Lauf announes candidacy for Illinois’ 14th Congressional District

26 year old Catalina Lauf of Illinois announced her plans to enter the 2020 election and run for Illinois’ 14th Congressional District. If she wins, she will be the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. This title is currently held by progressive socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Catalina is no stranger to politics and has been even been an administration advisor to President Trump. 

Tomi Lahren announces brand partnership with Alexo Athletica

Popular athleisure company, Alexo, who is known for producing concealed carry friendly athletic wear, launched a new collection featuring Tomi Lahren. Alexo was founded by conservative Amy Robbins, who started the company after realizing that women should be able to be able to exercise and feel their best while being able to exercise their 2nd Amendment right to defend themselves. 

Kassy Dillon launches new podcast

On Monday, Lone Conservative founder, Kassy Dillon announced her new podcast that she is going to be launching. The Kassy Dillon Show will premiere on September 2, 2019 and will focus on highlighting the many different people who are in the conservative movement. The podcast can be found on iTunes and SoundCloud. 

Ivanka Trump heads to South America 

Yesterday, Ivanka Trump is leading a trip to South America to continue her campaign to improve women’s rights around the world. Ivanka will be traveling to Colombia, Argentina, and Paraguay. She will host a multitude of meetings to continue the discussion on how the world can bring to light and improve women’s issues and rights around the globe. The subject has been a focal point for Ivanka Trump since her father took office. She currently is the President’s ambassador for women’s rights in his administration.

With 2020 on the horizon, Republican women are running for office more than ever

Many groups and PACs have been working to elect qualified Republican women to Congress. It looks like their efforts in recruitment have been fruitful. There has been a spike in interest of Republican women running for office more than ever.

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Elise is a Political Science student at Arizona State with dreams to go to law school and be the next Elle Woods. You can find her watching Fox News, online shopping, or drinking an absurd amount coffee while talking about conservative values and Ronald Reagan.