As we happen upon the 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks tomorrow, we must always remember the heroes that sprang into action to save many, the victims who met a cruel fate, and the countless who gave their lives in subsequent military operations to fight terrorism. We must never forget.

That said, this previous work week was just that — a demonstration of lots of hard work from our conservative women, so let’s see what all they accomplished.

Audrey Henson Launches Congressional Race

Audrey Henson, the founder of College To Congress, an organization that makes congressional internships more accessible to those of underrepresented backgrounds, launched a congressional campaign in Florida’s 13th District. Her Twitter thread shares her campaign video with her personal story, her platform issues, and more. She shares “If you’re looking for another self-serving politician, I’m not your candidate. But if you’re ready to fight to take this country back from the radical left, let’s get to work.”

Amb. Nikki Haley Endorses Rep. Ashley Hinson

First term Congresswoman Rep. Ashley Hinson (IA-01) was endorsed by Ambassador Nikki Haley for Hinson’s re-election campaign. Amb. Haley shared, “Ashley is working to lower taxes, hold Communist China accountable, and stand up against the harmful socialist polices the far left is ramming through Congress.”

Kellyanne Conway Calls for President Biden’s Resignation

The Biden Administration, in a rare move, called upon those President Trump appointed to the Boards of Visitors for the U.S. military service academies to resign. Kellyanne Conway, who was asked to resign from her advisory position to the U.S. Air Force Academy, sent back a scathing reply, saying: “I’m not resigning, but you should.”

Gov. Kristi Noem Restricts Abortion Drugs in South Dakota

Earlier this week, South Dakota’s Governor Kristi Noem signed an executive order that would restrict the use of abortive drugs, effectively outlawing the prescription of such drugs via telemedicine services. Her order makes it so abortion drugs can only be prescribed after a woman has had an in-person examination, and prohibiting women from receiving drugs by “courier, delivery, telemedicine, or mail service.”

Rebecca Kleefisch Launches Wisconsin Gubernatorial Campaign

Rebecca Kleefish, a conservative former Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, and the running mate of Governor Scott Walker, has launched her bid for the Governor of Wisconsin. She is challenging Democrat incumbent Tony Evers. She shares in her launch video “Kenosha burned while Tony Evers failed to lead.”

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Jordan O

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.