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
RightNOW Women PAC endorsed candidate wins special election
RightNOW Women PAC congratulates Congresswoman-elect Karen Handel on her victory in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District outside of Atlanta. The June 20th special election was held to fill the seat vacated by Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price.
“We are excited to welcome Karen Handel to Washington as part of the growing cadre of Republican women,” says RightNOW Women PAC Board Chair Jennifer Higgins. “After supporting 100 percent of the Republican women running for Congress in 2016, we are proud to have endorsed Karen in this important 2017 race.”Read more
RightNOW Women PAC thanks everyone who attended or sponsored our 2017 Kick Off event! We appreciate your support and your enthusiasm. We started off the year with a very successful fundraising drive! We were joined at the March event by House Speaker Paul Ryan; Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.), Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) and Tom Emmer (R-Minn.); and Ed Gillespie, who’s running for Virginia governor.Read more
Washington, D.C. – RightNOW Women PAC offers our congratulations to 23 Republican women who were elected to office on November 8, 2016. Endorsed as part of our largest ever class of candidates, RightNOW Women PAC's winning candidates include: Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA-3), Diane Black (TN-6), Marsha Blackburn (TN-7), Susan Brooks (IN-5), Liz Cheney (WY-At-large), Barbara Comstock (VA-10), Virginia Foxx (NC-5), Jenniffer Gonzalez (PR, Resident Commissioner), Kay Granger (TX-12), Vicky Hartzler (MO-4), Lynn Jenkins (KS-2), Mia Love (UT-4), Martha McSally (AZ-2), Lisa Murkowski (AK-Senate), Kristi Noem (SD-At-large), Martha Roby (AL-2), Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-5), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-27), Elise Stefanik (NY-21), Claudia Tenney (NY-22), Ann Wagner (MO-2), Jackie Walorski (IN-2), and Mimi Walters (CA-45).Read more