WASHINGTON – WFW Action Fund (WFW AF) today released the following statement congratulating Congresswoman Ashley Hinson on her general election victory in Iowa’s Second Congressional District:
“Winning For Women Action Fund is proud to congratulate Ashley Hinson on her re-election to the U.S. House,” said Annie Dickerson, Founder and Chair of Winning For Women Action Fund. “Since her first day in office, Ashley has been an exceptional legislator who never stopped fighting for her constituents in the Hawkeye State. She’s exactly the kind of candidate our organization is proud to support, and we look forward to seeing what she accomplishes during her second term in Congress.”
WFW AF is the political arm of Winning For Women. It is the first SuperPAC dedicated solely to electing Republican women, spending over $8 million this cycle. WFW AF and related groups raised more than $17 million this cycle.
This cycle, Winning For Women supported Hinson with:
- Following an endorsement, WFW PAC maxed out to Hinson.
- WFW AF and related groups raised nearly $200,000 in hard dollars for Hinson’s campaign.
- In October, Hinson joined WFW AF’s Women on a Mission tour as a special guest and made a stop in Cedar Rapids to rally grassroots voters ahead of the election. Special guests also included Ambassador Nikki Haley and Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds.
A full list of Winning For Women Action Fund’s efforts this cycle:
- To date, Winning For Women Action Fund and related entities have raised $17.1 million to support GOP women this cycle. This includes over $9 million raised into its SuperPAC, and nearly $4 million raised in hard dollar support to candidates.
- During the final two weeks of the election cycle, WFW AF held a four-stop Women on a Mission Tour, featuring special guests Nikki Haley, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, Mariannettee Miller-Meeks (IA-01), Ashley Hinson (IA-02), Jennifer-Ruth Green (IN-01), U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-IN), Jen Kiggans (VA-02), Virginia First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin, and former Virginia First Lady Susan Allen.
- WFW AF was the biggest outside spender for Nancy Mace (SC-01) during the primary, spending nearly $600,000 on a TV, radio, mail, and digital campaign.
- During the primary, WFW AF launched a six-figure TV and radio buy in support of Jen Kiggans (VA-02), after Democrats launched their own campaign against her.
- WFW AF spent over $600,000 on a TV campaign opposing Frank Mrvan, Jennifer-Ruth Green (IN-01)’s opponent.
- WFW AF spent over $102,000 on a TV campaign opposing Lori Chavez-DeRemer’s (OR-05) opponent.
- WFW AF launched a six-figure digital campaign opposing Sen. Patty Murray (WA) for failing to address the rising crime and public safety concerns in the state, where Tiffany Smiling is battling to unseat the five-term incumbent.
- WFW AF spent nearly $300,000 on a TV campaign opposing Susan Wild, Lisa Scheller’s opponent in PA-07.
- WFW AF spent $10,000 on a texting campaign for April Becker (NV-03) in the week leading up to the election.
- WFW AF spent $10,000 on a texting campaign for Barbara Kirkmeyer (CO-08) in the week leading up to the election.
Winning For Women’s advocacy efforts this year:
- In August, Winning For Women led nine conservative women leaders on a tour at the Texas border, where they saw firsthand the disparate impact that the Administration’s policies have imposed on women and children crossing the border, such as: sexual assault, human smuggling, and human rights violations.
- In August, WFW launched a nearly $1 million digital advocacy campaign in select areas to recognize lawmakers for their efforts to ramp up U.S. energy production and lower the price of gas.
- WFW spent over $200K on a digital issue advocacy campaign calling on Senator Patty Murray to do more to address rising crime and public safety concerns.