The National Federation of Republican Women's mission is to mobilize Republican women in support of local, state and federal campaigns. We are proud to be the Republican Party’s “boots on the ground,” contributing over 6 million campaign volunteer hours of door-knocking, phone calls, and other campaign activities to elect Republicans over the last biennium.
During the 2020 elections, the NFRW rose to the challenges of COVID-19, with the NFRW Campaign Committee helping to implement a new system to track volunteer hours, and also working to ensure local clubs across the country continued to host events like candidate meet and greets, volunteer trainings, phone banks, rallies, and more.
The highly-acclaimed NFRW Campaign Management School program went virtual with a nine-part online summer/fall campaign training series, "Effective Campaigning for the 2020 Cycle." Learn more about the Campaign Management School program
The NFRW sent Strike Force teams to Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Texas to campaign for federal and statewide candidates with tight races, and also called on members to make phone calls for Republican women running for Congress through the Winning Women Wednesdays initiative. Most of these Republican women candidates were victorious in their races. Read more about these victories
To kick off 2021, the NFRW hosted a virtual Candidate Recruitment Seminar targeted to Federation club leaders and other members holding leadership positions in the party, and also hosted the first hybrid in-person and virtual Campaign Management School in March. Read more about the Candidate Recruitment Seminar
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