Winning For Women Launches MyRoar Campaign To Urge Congress to Support and Pass The Violence Against Women Act

WFW Press Release
October 24, 2018

October 24, 2018

Andrea Bozek
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WASHINGTON, DC – Today Winning For Women launched a new digital ad campaign promoting passage of legislation that supports women who are victims of sexual assault, and toughens charges on perpetrators of sexual violence. The ads urge Congresswomen Mimi Walters (CA-45), Barbara Comstock (VA-10), and Martha McSally (AZ-02) to lead the fight to protect victims of assault by passing the new Violence Against Women Act.

“We believe equality isn’t a partisan issue, and that the Violence Against Women Act has been instrumental in reducing the number of violent attacks on women over the past 20 years,” said Winning For Women Executive Director Rebecca Schuller. “In Congress, all three of these women have a strong track record of supporting legislation that promotes and empowers women. Each is a warrior. And we look forward to their continued commitment to the Violence Against Women Act and to victims of violence and sexual assault across the country.”

Winning For Women’s MyRoar digital ad campaign will run in California, Virginia, and Arizona.

CLICK HERE to watch Winning For Women’s MyRoar digital ads.

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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.