This Week’s 5 Pieces of Good News About Republican Women
The summer may be winding down, but our favorite conservative women are still in action. Lots of exciting updates this week, so let’s get to it!
23 YEAR OLD WOMAN LAUNCHES GOP CONGRESSIONAL BID IN NH
Karoline Leavitt, a former Trump Administration staffer who later worked for Rep. Elise Stefanik, launched her bid for New Hampshire’s First Congressional District. If elected, she would be the mandatory minimum of 25 years old at the swearing in ceremony for the next Congress in January 2023. Excitingly, Leavitt raised $100,000 in less than 48 hours of her campaign launch.
In an exciting video released on Twitter, the GOP Women of the U.S. Senate starred alongside some of our nation’s most captivating historical women. Senators Joni Ernst, Marsha Blackburn, Cindy Hyde-Smith, Shelley Moore Capito, and Cynthia Lummis shared stories about Sacajawea, Annie Oakley, and other exciting U.S. women, saying these women are true superheroes.
Rep. Nancy Mace of South Caroline introduced a bipartisan bill, the Freedom and Right to Emancipate from Exploitation Act, or the FREE Act, which would pave a pathway for Britney Spears, and others under conservatorships, to ask a judge to replace their conservator. In a tweet you need to see for yourself, Rep. Mace thanks Paris Hilton for the follow back and asking for her support on the FREE Act.
Susan Wright is running in a Texas special election runoff on July 27, to determine the winner that will fill her late husband’s congressional seat. Ahead of the Tuesday Election Day, her campaign released a poll that has her in a double digit lead ahead of the runoff.
The NRCC (National Republican Congressional Committee) chair, Rep. Tom Emmer provided an update on recruitment for the 2022 cycle. To date, nearly 150 GOP women have filed to run, plus 124 GOP candidates of color, and 140 GOP veterans.
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Jordan Orris works in political marketing for some of the nation’s top conservative candidates and nonprofits. She is an alumna of Auburn University and Ole Miss. Originally from Henderson, Nevada, she enjoys SEC Football, reading, and politics.