A Message from NFRW President Eileen Sobjack
Every Republican woman has a story of how she became involved.
Perhaps it was an issue or candidate that caused you to reach out and become part of a Republican Women’s grassroots organization. Possibly you wanted to learn more about Republican politics.
Maybe you come from a long line of Republicans who instilled in you an understanding of our country’s unique freedoms. Becoming involved was a natural part of your responsibility to God, family and country.
Whatever our reasons for becoming involved, each of us has one or more political passions, such as campaigns, legislation, fundraising, communications, community projects, Americanism or leadership.
What is your political passion? How can you benefit your Republican women’s group by exercising your political passion?
Now more than ever your passion for politics is needed! When you are inspired, it inspires the women around you. Share it!
Let your political passion ignite you to focus on what is worthy, good and right for your organization. Lift each other up and work together. True leadership isn’t about position but about passion. It’s not about getting credit even when it’s due.
Harriet Tubman was an abolitionist and an activist for women’s suffrage. She escaped slavery and rescued many enslaved people. She saw her passion in life and went for it, declaring, “Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”