WASHINGTON, DC — Winning For Women PAC (WFW PAC) today endorsed two additional Congressional candidates, Michelle Bond (NY-01) and Barbara Kirkmeyer (CO-08).
“These women are majority makers. Michelle is a born and bred New York businesswoman with significant public and private sector experience, and Barbara has made an impact in the Colorado State Senate since day one,” said Annie Dickerson, Founder and Chair of WFW PAC. “We are proud to help them win these competitive seats and take back the House in November.”
“Winning For Women PAC shares my conservative philosophy that a free, open economy creates jobs and drives innovation,” said Bond. “The Democrat career politicians in power right now – the same ones who said inflation is ‘transitory’ – are driving our country off a cliff. My opponent, who was a Democrat staffer during the Obama administration, would be just another career politician looking out for himself while Suffolk County suffers under absurd taxes and sky-high inflation.”
“It’s an honor to be a part of the Winning For Women PAC team,” said Kirkmeyer. “Winning For Women PAC is changing Congress for the better by investing in a new generation of conservatives. Together, we’ll turn the tide against the Squad, put adults in charge, restore order at our Southern border, lower the cost of living for American families, and reduce crime.”
WFW PAC will max out to the campaigns of each of these endorsed candidates. It bases its endorsements on a number of metrics, including: significant fundraising numbers proportionate to the candidate’s district; an established campaign team; and a viable path to success through the primary and general elections.
So far this cycle, WFW PAC has endorsed a strong slate of House candidates, including nine incumbents.
WFW PAC is proud to provide hard-dollar support to help fuel the campaigns of top women candidates. Through its nationwide network, more than 800k WFW members will also provide small-dollar and grassroots support. WFW Action Fund (WFW AF), the first Republican Super PAC dedicated solely to electing women, provides critical, independent, early support that is a key factor in winning elections. WFW AF and related groups have raised $11 million so far this cycle and spent nearly $3 million last cycle.