Winning For Women Backs Mazi Pilip with Six-Figure Investment in NY-03

January 8, 2024

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Winning For Women PAC (WFW-PAC) announced its endorsement of Republican Mazi Pilip in New York’s 3rd congressional district special election. With this endorsement, WFW PAC will max out to Pilip’s campaign and commit to raising hard dollars from its network of supporters across the country. In addition, Winning For Women Action Fund (WFW AF) will make a six-figure investment in digital ads, texting and direct mail urging voters to support Pilip over Democrat Tom Suozzi in this battleground district.

“Mazi understands the American Dream because she’s lived it,” said WFW AF Executive Director Danielle Barrow. “She has dedicated her life to fighting for her community, while career politician Tom Suozzi has spent his entire life fighting for himself. With Democrats already spending heavily to spread lies about Mazi, we are stepping up to help set the record straight and send an accomplished leader to Washington to represent this battleground district.”

Winning For Women PAC has a strong track record of backing conservative women leaders, and I am thrilled to have their support in my bid for Congress,” said Mazi Pilip. “New Yorkers have experienced firsthand what failed liberal policies have done to our state, and the third district needs someone who will work to secure our border, lower our taxes, and fund our law enforcement.”


The Winning For Women (WFW) entities were proud to provide women candidates with unprecedented resources in 2022. Through our SuperPAC, 501(c)(4) and connected PAC, and other hard dollar efforts, we raised over $17 million to support right-of-center women.

WFW conducted targeted issue advocacy campaigns, briefings with partner organizations, DC and in-district press events, and mentorship programs. Our political arm hosted national fundraisers that raised nearly $4 million in hard dollars, and WFW AF spent over $8 million in independent expenditure campaigns to advance women through contested races.