Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY 21) has long been a favorite of those in the Future Female Leaders community. From the youngest female ever elected to Congress at the time, to chairing multiple caucuses, to mentoring some FFL Cabinet members in an exclusive meeting, she’s certainly a woman to admire. Now, it’s time for her to be helping other women do the same. 

Elise (we like to think we’re on a first name basis here) created Elevate PAC, aka EPAC, which has been featured extensively here at FFL. EPAC supports highly qualified conservative women as they seek Congressional office. It engages, empowers, and elevates the right women for the job, not because they are women, but because they are the candidate who will be the best representation. 

We have exciting news to report: all EPAC endorsed candidates who had races on Super Tuesday won! It will be exciting to follow and support these women through November and, hopefully, onto victory. 

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Here are the 5 women who emerged victorious on Super Tuesday:

  • Genevieve Collins, running to represent the 32nd District in Texas, won with 52.6% of the vote. 

  • Incumbent Rep. Kay Granger, running for re-election to represent the 12th District in Texas, won with 57.9% of the vote. 

  • Young Kim, running to represent the 39th District in California, won with 50.7% of the vote. 

  • Michelle Steel, running to represent the 48th District in California, won with 36.6% of the vote. 

  • Beth Van Duyne, running to represent the 24th District in Texas, won with 64.3% of the vote. 

All of these women were profiled in the respective Meet the GOP Women Running for United States Congress From Each State series from Future Female Leaders for either California or Texas

It is exciting to see EPAC candidates win with resounding success. Thank you, Elise, for truly empowering conservative women.

Jordan O
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Jordan Orris is a second year M.S. Integrated Marketing Communications graduate student at Ole Miss. She graduated from Auburn University in marketing and journalism. Originally from Henderson, Nevada, she enjoys SEC Football, reading, and politics.