Washington, D.C. -- RightNOW Women PAC is proud to support and endorse Nicole Malliotakis for New York’s 11th Congressional District.
“As the only elected Republican woman in New York City, I'm proud to be a voice for the hundreds of thousands of women in our city that feel Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez does not represent them,” Malliotakis said. “While Rep. Max Rose continues to vote along the lines with Cortez, Omar, and Pelosi, he is repeatedly showing the people of Staten Island and southern Brooklyn that he is not representing them in Washington. I look forward to being a more reflective voice for the people of this district in a much needed opposition to AOC and her socialist squad. I thank RightNOW Women PAC for supporting my candidacy and helping ensure conservative women are elected in Congress.”
“We are thrilled to announce Nicole Malliotakis as one of our endorsed candidates for 2020,” said RightNOW Women PAC Co-Chair Ariel Judah. "She has proven she will stand strong for conservative values in the most hostile of environments, and she is well-positioned to win. President Trump carried NY-11 by nearly 10 percentage points in 2016. The people of this district deserve a representative who will fight for their priorities, not an incumbent who campaigned as a moderate but has caved to the radical left.”
“Nicole exemplifies the type of female candidate we are proud to support,” added RightNOW Co-Chair Jean Card. “We need her voice in Congress now more than ever, and we are excited to do everything we can to help push her to victory.”
RightNOW Women PAC’s next fundraising event will be held in February 2020--stay tuned for details! Click here to renew your membership and help our Republican women candidates secure the resources they need early in the 2020 cycle.
To learn more about RightNOW Women PAC’s history in supporting and inspiring Republican women to run for office, or to schedule an interview with one of our board members, please contact email@example.com.
RightNOW Women PAC is the leading voice for young and engaged professionals, dedicated to supporting and electing qualified, viable Republican women candidates to federal office. For more information, please visit us at http://www.rightnowwomen.org.
Jean Card and Ariel Judah to Serve as Co-Chairs
(From left: Jean Card, Ariel Judah)
Washington, D.C. -- This morning, RightNOW Women PAC announced its board members and co-chairs for the 2020 election cycle.
“We are delighted to announce that Jean Card and Ariel Judah will serve as our new co-chairs,” said RightNOW Women PAC's outgoing Chair, Tiffany Waddell. “Jean and Ariel bring incredible experience, important perspective and considerable skills to their new roles. They will be outstanding representatives for our mission of electing Republican women leaders to federal office.”
“The work of RightNOW Women PAC is so important, and we share the same goal of electing more Republican women to Congress,” said Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN). “This is a group that strategically evaluates the current landscape while also looking to the future of our party. Their active engagement with younger women, encouraging them to get involved in Republican politics, sets RightNOW Women PAC apart from other political groups. Their vision is clear, and they are making a difference. Congratulations to the new co-chairs and board members of this vital organization. I look forward to working with them.”
“I’m honored to be serving as co-chair with Ariel Judah,” Card said. “I’ve been involved with RightNOW Women PAC since its founding in 2014, and believe we play a powerful and unique role in growing the number of Republican women in Congress. Ariel and I are passionate about this cause, and we are especially excited to play leadership roles during the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. We will be dedicated, outspoken ambassadors and advocates for Republican women.”
“I’m thrilled to be serving as co-chair with Jean Card as we pursue RightNOW Women PAC’s vision of an America where all qualified Republican women have the funding and support they need to get elected to federal office,” said Judah. “Because of RightNOW Women PAC, a new generation of women is learning that someone has their backs – we are here to support you early, and all the way to Congress.”
RightNOW Women PAC 2019-2020 Leadership
CO-CHAIRS: Jean Card & Ariel Judah
TREASURER: Patty Stolnacker Koch
SENIOR ADVISORS: Marlene Colucci, Brittany Thune Lindberg, Tiffany Waddell, Jenn Higgins, Anita McBride, Sue Zoldak, Shelley Hymes, Lisa Spies, Lisa Nelson, Lisa Costello, Andi Bottner, Ebonique Ellis, Aly Higgins Wheeler, Sarah Curran, Constance Barker
CANDIDATE RESEARCH & ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE:
- Chair: Emily Stier
- Vice Chair: Bailey Griffith
- Senior Advisors, Steering Committee: Marlene Colucci, Anita McBride
- Co-Chairs: Kaily Grabemann, Corinne Day
- Vice Chair: Sarah Skirmont
- Senior Advisor: Sue Zoldak
FUNDRAISING & EVENTS COMMITTEE:
- Chair: Gabrielle Goldfarb
- Vice Chair: Tori Bice
- Senior Advisors, VIP Outreach: Andi Bottner, Lisa Costello
- Chair: Libby Wuller
- Vice Chair: Christina Norton
- Senior Advisor: Tiffany Waddell
RightNOW Women PAC is the leading voice for young and engaged professionals, dedicated to supporting and electing qualified Republican women to federal office. For more information, please visit us at rightnowwomen.org.
Washington, D.C. -- With the 2020 election cycle heating up, RightNOW Women PAC is proud to be the first women's organization to support and endorse Terry Neese for Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District.
“We are pleased to announce Terry Neese as one of our endorsed candidates for 2020,” said RightNOW Women PAC Chair, Tiffany Waddell. "Terry’s real-world business experience will be an asset in Congress. At a time when the House has become captive to partisanship and gridlock, Terry would be a breath of fresh air.”
“Terry exemplifies the type of female candidate we are proud to endorse,” said RightNOW Senior Advisor Marlene Colucci. “For years, she has supported the work of women small business owners and center-right women and men running for local, state, and national office. Now it is time for all of us to take this opportunity to give back and offer our strong support for Terry’s candidacy.”
To learn more about RightNOW Women PAC’s history in supporting and inspiring Republican women to run for office, or to schedule an interview with one of our Board Members, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
RightNOW Women PAC is the leading voice for young and engaged professionals, dedicated to supporting and electing qualified, viable Republican women to federal office. For more information, please visit us at http://www.rightnowwomen.org.
RightNOW Women PAC Announces Final 2018 Candidate Endorsements
RightNOW Women PAC's first-ever Brunch & Bubbly event on July 29th was a big hit, thanks to our fantastic supporters! Sunday turned out to be a perfect day to gather in DC, allowing members and guests the opportunity to network leisurely without the pressure of the work week or daily commute.
We also enjoyed inspiring remarks from our special guests (pictured below) as delicious Clyde's brunch was served and the bubbly was flowing!
From left to right: Gina Barr, Director of Women & Urban Engagement, Republican National Committee; Katie Johnson, Chairwoman, Arlington Falls Church Young Republicans; and Nicolee Ambrose, Republican National Committeewoman for MarylandRead more
Thank you for making our Summer Soirée signature event such a success! The weather was perfect and we had an amazing turnout. We hope you enjoy a few of the photos from the festivities here.Read more
RightNOW Women PAC Announces
2018 candidate class continues to grow
RightNOW Women PAC is proud to announce our support and endorsement for the following candidates: Young Kim (CA-39), Shantel Krebs (SD-AL), Tiffany Shedd (AZ-1), Martha McSally (US. Senate - AZ), Mimi Walters (CA-45), and Mia Love (UT-4). Kim, Krebs and Walters have a primary next week on June 5th while Love’s primary is on June 26th. Shedd and McSally have Arizona primaries on August 28th.Read more
RightNOW Women PAC Congratulates
Republican women candidates continue to take center stage
RightNOW Women PAC congratulates Representative-elect Debbie Lesko of Arizona’s 8th congressional district. Debbie won a special general election on April 24, 2018 in a closely watched race. RightNOW Women PAC was proud to endorse Debbie this past February and supported her campaign.Read more
RightNOW Women PAC Endorses Debbie Lesko
2018 is off to a strong start for Republican women candidates
RightNOW Women PAC is proud to support and endorse 2018 candidate Debbie Lesko for Arizona’s 8th congressional district. A Republican Party primary election is being held one week from today, on February 27, 2018, followed by a special general election on April 24, 2018.
“I am honored to have the endorsement of RightNOW Woman PAC,” Lesko said. “Arizona leads the way in electing women to the state and local offices. Right now is the time to send more women to Congress to bring our perspective on economic development, education and national defense.”
Debbie Lesko, endorsed by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, is running for U.S. Congress for the first time in 2018. She is a current Arizona State Senator, a past Arizona State Representative and a proud mother of three children. In addition to being endorsed by Gov. Brewer, she has also been endorsed by the Arizona Republic, Maggie’s List, Susan B. Anthony List, and more. You can visit her website, http://www.debbieleskoforcongress.com, to see her full endorsement list and read more about her.Read more
RightNOW Women PAC Releases
Final 2017 Candidate Endorsements
Ready to start strong fundraising push for 2018 candidate class
RightNOW Women PAC is proud to support and endorse the following candidates for the 2018 election cycle: Marsha Blackburn (U.S. Senate - TN), Beth Lindstrom (U.S. Senate – MA), Carla Nelson (MN-1), Jenifer Sarver (TX-21), and Leah Vukmir (U.S. Senate - WI).
“I am so grateful to have the support of RightNOW Women PAC, a group that will make a big difference in my race against Senator Elizabeth Warren,” says Beth Lindstrom, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Massachusetts. “I will offer something new because Senator Warren’s routine is getting old, it’s getting worse, and it’s getting us nowhere. And the people of Massachusetts deserve more. No one contributes more to the negative dynamic in Washington than Elizabeth Warren. If we want a new tone, then we are going to need a new senator. I am honored to have the support of the strong women of RightNOW Women PAC.”
“I’m honored to receive the support of the RightNOW Women PAC,” says Jenifer Sarver. “It’s time to bring new voices to Washington and elect people who are committed to solving problems and working together to move our country forward. This seed funding will be instrumental in my campaign to reclaim core Republican values and restore civility and respect to the political process.”
“I sincerely appreciate RightNOW Women’s PAC’s support as I work to unseat liberal Sen. Tammy Baldwin next year,” said U.S. Senate candidate and Wisconsin State Sen. Leah Vukmir. “Just as I have in Wisconsin, we will fight together to promote free markets, individual responsibility and limit the size and scope of government.”Read more