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Latinos For Trump MAGA Meet-Up Event at Miami Trump Victory Office

Latinos For Trump MAGA Meet-Up Event at Miami Trump Victory Office

Preparing for Latinos for Trump Event at the Trump Victory Office in Miami. Maricel Cobitz, Florida Federation of Republican Women 1st Vice-President, with Ada Fennell, FFRW District 8 Representative of South Florida. 

Sunday, August 23, 2020/Author: Maricel Cobitz/Number of views (1018)/Comments (0)/
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Federated Republican Women of North Dade (FL) Receive National Attention with Pro-Capitalist, Anti-Socialist Sign

Federated Republican Women of North Dade (FL) Receive National Attention with Pro-Capitalist, Anti-Socialist Sign

Anti-Socialist sign made by the Federated Republican Women of North Dade, Florida, has been adopted by the Trump Campaign for the Latinos for Trump website.

 

Sunday, August 23, 2020/Author: Maricel Cobitz/Number of views (711)/Comments (0)/
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Hunterdon County Federated Republican Women (NJ) Conducts Goya "Buy"cott

Hunterdon County Federated Republican Women (NJ) Conducts Goya "Buy"cott

After Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue praised President Trump, there was a call for a boycott. Hunterdon County Federated Republican Women of New Jersey decided to "buy"cott and donated 450 pounds of Goya products to Flemington Area Food Pantry.

Saturday, August 22, 2020/Author: Barbara Schmidt/Number of views (840)/Comments (0)/
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Alexander County RWC (NC) Celebrates Women's Vote Centennial

Alexander County RWC (NC) Celebrates Women's Vote Centennial

Alexander County RWC of North Carolina is doing its part to bring awareness to this monumental event in history.

 

Wednesday, August 19, 2020/Author: Shari Wetherspoon/Number of views (611)/Comments (0)/
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Republican Women to Watch in 2020: Young Kim

Republican Women to Watch in 2020: Young Kim

Republican Nominee for U.S. Congress, California's 39th District

In 2014 and despite the long odds, Young Kim unseated an incumbent Democrat to become the first Korean-American Republican woman elected to serve in the California State Assembly. Today, Young is using that same determination and drive in her congressional campaign for 39th district of California.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020/Author: NFRW Communications/Number of views (1808)/Comments (0)/
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