NFRW - Capital Connection
Presenting the NFRW Slate of Officers for 2020-2021
The 2019 Nominating Committee is pleased to submit the following slate of officers who were unanimously nominated to serve the National Federation of Republican Women for the term 2020-2021:
Special thanks to Nominating Committee Chair Vivian Dailey and committee members Jan DeWeese, Dee Drewry, Suzanne Heinzmann, Beverly Owensby, Daryl Reynolds and Pat Smith and to alternates Karen Smith and Georgia Davis. The 2020-21 officers will be elected at the 40th Biennial Convention in Indianapolis in September.
Making America Great Again
Women Donating to the Trump Campaign
In related news, Newsweek reported that nearly half of President’s Trump's 2020 campaign contributions this year have come from female donors. The Trump campaign raised $1.47 million in donations from women across the country in the first quarter of 2019, according to an analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics. The report is based only on donors who made itemized contributions of over $200.
Around the Federation
The New Jersey Federation of Republican Women
hosted their 89th Annual Meeting at the Eatontown Sheraton honoring 2019 Woman of the Year Eve R. Hershkowitz of Monmouth County.
The Alaska Federation of Republican Women's
biennial convention was held April 27 at the historic Pioneer School House in Anchorage. Congrats to new officers Lisa Gabriel (President), Glenese Pettey (VP), Harmony Rowe (Secretary), and Johna Beech (Treasurer) and to outgoing president Pamela Raygor. The convention included an update from U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan and a leadership training workshop with NFRW Immediate Past President Carrie Almond.
The Texas Federation of Republican Women
welcomed just under 600 members to Legislative Day at the state Capitol on April 25. TFRW was recognized in both the state Senate and House with resolutions, participated in engaging workshops, and enjoyed a luncheon with dynamic speakers like RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel and state elected officials.
representation should be based on the number of citizens, not by the number of people residing in the district. Read full comments from NFRW members here.
Mark Your Calendar
Tennessee FRW Spring Board Meeting, Brentwood Country Club, Brentwood, TN. Luncheon Speaker is Tyler Boyd, author of Tennessee Statesman Harry T. Burn: Woman Suffrage, Free Elections, and a Life of Service (Boyd is the grant grand-nephew of Rep. Burn, who cast the deciding vote to ratify the 19th Amendment at the Tennessee General Assembly in 1920 after receiving a letter from his mother urging him to do so). Click here for details.
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Awards forms due to state for Club Achievement, Caring for America, Campaign Volunteer, and Membership awards. Read more here.
NFRW Campaign Management School, Annapolis, MD. Comprehensive one-day school covering everything you need to know for a winning campaign. Click here for registration and details.
NFRW Region 6 Conference, Marriott Gateway Atlanta Airport, Atlanta, GA. Join Region 6 States (FL, GA, NC, SC, TN) and special guests: former US Congresswoman Karen Handel (GA); Artie Renee Pobjecky, FL attorney & immigration expert; John Merrill, AL Secretary of State; and US Congressman Mark Green (TN).