Awards Forms Due in June
2016 was a record-breaking year for all our Federated members.
Not only did we help Republicans maintain their majority in the House and the Senate, but our goal of “Putting a Republican Back in the White House” was met, and then some. Thanks to our NFRW members across the nation for the countless hours spent:
- registering new voters,
- increasing voter turnout with your Get Out the Vote programs,
- and overall extraordinary campaigning for our Trump/Pence ticket.
President Carrie Almond and "Rosie" worked tirelessly for six whole months bringing our Republican message to women into every state they traveled. We could never have been so successful without Carrie and "Rosie." Don’t forget to count the hours you spent welcoming Carrie and “Rosie” to your state.
Those who attended the Inauguration in Washington, D.C. were so fortunate to celebrate this awesome victory with a million fellow Republicans. Those attending the Inauguration of President Donald J. Trump can count the hours spent traveling to DC and back, attending the NFRW Reception on January 19th, the NFRW Brunch on January 21st and all the time spent waiting and attending the Inauguration on January 20th. What a great advantage for those loyal Republican Women who went to DC!
This is an update reminder to go back, examine your calendars, and collect all of your Campaign Volunteer Hours from July 1, 2015, and all the extraordinary amount of hours earned in 2016, and to continue counting your hours for 2017. The deadline for local clubs to submit their club’s Campaign Volunteer Hours to the state president is June 1, 2017. The deadline for state presidents to submit their state's Campaign Volunteer Awards Form to NFRW Campaign Chair Barbara Trautman is June 30, 2017.
Most of you were probably involved in your local county party reorganization which falls during February and March in odd numbered years.
- Attending and organizing your local county party’s Precinct Caucuses and County Conventions count for the Campaign Volunteer Awards.
- Working on your County Lincoln/Reagan Day Events counts.
- Attending the NFRW Spring Board Meeting in Memphis, March 16th-18th counts.
- If you are involved in a Special Election to fill the spot left open by President Trump’s Cabinet picks, you can count the hours spent working for your candidate.
Remember our message of last year: “Republicans who stay home elect Democrats.”
Thank you for the work you continue to do for your Candidates, the Republican Party, and the Federation!
DOWNLOAD: 2016-2017 Campaign Volunteer Awards Forms