RightNOW Congratulates Debbie Lesko on win in Arizona

RightNOW Women PAC Congratulates
Debbie Lesko

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.

This is Debbie Lesko’s first time campaigning for U.S. Congress, but she has a long history of leadership. She is a current Arizona State Senator, a past Arizona State Representative and a proud mother of three children. In addition to having been endorsed by Governor Jan Brewer, she was also endorsed by the Arizona Republic, Maggie’s List, Susan B. Anthony List, and more.

“We cannot be happier for Debbie Lesko,” says Jennifer Higgins, RightNOW Board Co-Chair. “As soon as we met Debbie, we were immediately impressed by her tremendous experience, candor and ability to get things done. She is a rising star of the Republican party, especially as a role model for conservative women.”

“We are exhilarated by this win,” says Tiffany Wadell, RightNOW Board Co-Chair. “We see only great things in store for GOP women.”

This cycle, RightNOW Women PAC has also endorsed Rep. Elise Stefanik (NY-21), Rep. Barbara Comstock (VA-10), Rep. Claudia Tenney (NY-22), 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).

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 protected].


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.
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