FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 9, 2018
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Winning For Women announced its latest round of candidate endorsements for the 2018 election. Winning For Women is an organization supporting women leaders who believe in free-market principles and a strong national defense, and is building an infrastructure that will help right-of-center women succeed in their pursuit of leadership opportunities.
“We’ve been carefully monitoring contests across the country and these women leaders have stood out for their track records of excellence and service,” said Rebecca Schuller, Winning For Women’s Executive Director. “We’re proud to support Ashley Nickloes and Young Kim in their upcoming races and know they’ll make phenomenal members of Congress.”
Katherine Cresto, Winning For Women’s Communications Director added, “Currently, women make up 20 percent of Congress and we hope to help that number grow – adding more right-of-center women to their ranks. Winning For Women is supporting these two outstanding leaders because they have proven themselves to be great advocates for America’s families and defenders of strong national security and economic freedom.”
Newest Winning For Women 2018 Candidate Endorsements:
This is Winning For Women’s third round of endorsements this year, ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. Winning For Women’s extensive nationwide network eagerly anticipates supporting these outstanding women leaders.
ABOUT WINNING FOR WOMEN: Winning For Women is a 501(c)(4) organization that aims (1) to inform the public of national security and free-market policy that will benefit the lives of all Americans, (2) to organize and amplify the voices of women across the country who embrace such, broadening the audience for a strong conservative message, and (3) to expand the ability of right-of-center women to succeed in their pursuit of leadership opportunities, including elected office. WFW works closely with its advisory team of high-profile leaders and supporters. Its Board of Directors includes former U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, Hudson Institute Chairman Sarah May Stern, and Executive Director Rebecca Schuller.