Winning For Women Endorses Cindy Hyde-Smith for U.S. Senate in Latest Round of Candidate Endorsements

WFW Press Release
September 19, 2018

September 19, 2018

Andrea Bozek
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Washington, DC –Today Winning For Women, an organization that supports right-of-center women in their pursuit of leadership opportunities, announced its endorsement of Cindy Hyde-Smith for the U.S. Senate. Smith was appointed to the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Sen. Thad Cochran in April 2018, and is a candidate in the 2018 Mississippi special election for the remainder of Cochran’s term, which ends in 2021.

As the first woman to represent the state of Mississippi in Congress, and the first woman to serve as Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce in Mississippi, Cindy is a trailblazer who knows how to turn passion into tangible results,” said Winning For Women Executive Director Rebecca Schuller.“A fifth-generation cattle farmer, Cindy has spent her whole life working on behalf of farmers, ranchers, Mississippi families, and small businesses. Now, in the U.S. Senate, she has one mission – do whatever she can to help Mississippi residents grow and thrive. Winning For Women is proud to endorse Cindy in her senate campaign, and looks forward to her continued leadership in Washington.”

Winning For Women’s extensive, nationwide membership network is excited and ready to support Cindy Hyde-Smith as she runs for U.S. Senate in Mississippi.

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.