With Razor-Thin Majority, Winning For Women PAC Makes First Round of 2024 Endorsements in Battleground Seats

May 17, 2023

“Winning For Women PAC is proud to be out front, supporting our leading Republican women.”

WASHINGTON, DC – Winning For Women PAC (WFW-PAC) today announced its first endorsements for the 2024 election cycle. The initial slate of candidates includes nine House members, all of whom sit in competitive seats, and one new candidate. Last cycle, WFW and related entities raised $17 million to support its endorsed candidates, including directing nearly $4 million in hard dollars to their campaigns.

With these endorsements, WFW PAC will max out to each candidate and commit to hosting fundraisers across the country to ensure they have the resources needed to win.

WFW’s first round of 2024 endorsements are: 

Young Kim (CA-40)

Michelle Steel (CA-45)

Maria Salazar (FL-27)

Mariannette Miller-Meeks (IA-01)

Ashley Hinson (IA-02)

Lori Chavez-DeRemer (OR-05)

Nancy Mace (SC-01)

Monica De La Cruz (TX-15)

Jen Kiggans (VA-02)

Wendy Davis (IN-03)

“It’s never too early to start playing offense, and I am ecstatic to make our first round of endorsements in the 2024 cycle,” said Annie Dickerson, Founder and Chair of WFW PAC. “These women are rising stars and their races will be key to keeping the House and expanding our majority. Winning For Women PAC is proud to be out front, supporting our leading Republican women.”

“Last cycle, the Winning For Women entities raised over $17 million to support exceptional female candidates,” said Danielle Barrow, Executive Director of WFW PAC. “Now, there are a record number of Republican women in the GOP-led House of Representatives. We’re determined to make this our most successful cycle yet, and I’m excited to start it off by supporting another top-tier class of strong women leaders.”

“The Biden administration has created record crises, making life harder for American families everywhere from the grocery store to the gas pump. We need strong, conservative leaders to push back and fight for common sense, and I have proven to be that fighter,” said Young Kim, candidate for California’s 40th Congressional District. “Winning For Women PAC has encouraged me and so many other strong, conservative women from day one to run for office and have a seat at the table. I’m thrilled to have Winning For Women PAC’s endorsement. We are just getting started, and are fighting every day to keep the American dream alive for future generations.”

“Winning For Women PAC is leading the charge of electing Republican women to Congress, and it’s a privilege to once again receive their endorsement,” said Michelle Steel, candidate for California’s 45th Congressional District. “Winning For Women PAC’s support was a major help in making me one of the first Korean-American women ever elected to Congress.” 

“As the daughter of Cuban refugees dedicated to keeping the American dream alive, it’s an honor to represent my South Florida community in Congress. Thank you to Winning For Women PAC for your continued support,” said Maria Salazar, candidate for Florida’s 27th Congressional District. “I’m committed to getting our economy back on track and stopping the reckless spending and radical policies in Washington, so America can remain exceptional.” 

“I’m honored to have Winning For Women PAC’s continued support as we fight to expand our majority in the House,” said Mariannette Miller-Meeks, candidate for Iowa’s First Congressional District. “I value its singular focus, even in primaries, to elect more Republican women to stand up for working families, push back against the Biden administration’s radical policies, and bring fiscal sanity back to Washington. Iowans deserve nothing less.” 

“Telling Iowans’ stories in Congress and fighting for conservative policy solutions has been the honor of my life, but we’re just getting started. There has never been a more important time to have strong, conservative women join our fight,” said Ashley Hinson, candidate for Iowa’s Second Congressional District. “Winning For Women PAC has been on my team since day one, and has played a tremendous role in sending a historic number of Republican women to Congress by giving early support to top-tier candidates. I’m honored to have their endorsement and look forward to working with them again this cycle to add more Republican women to our ranks.” 

“I am honored and grateful to have the backing of Winning For Women PAC, a standout organization dedicated to opening up more leadership opportunities for strong women across the country,” said Lori Chavez-DeRemer, candidate for Oregon’s Fifth Congressional District. “Today there are more Republican women in Congress than ever before, and that number is bound to continue to grow, thanks in no small part to WFW PAC’s work. It is essential that we demonstrate to all women that they too can assume leadership roles, and I am proud to have the full support of a group of women who share that aspiration with me.”

“Republican women are here to stay and lead in Washington,” said Nancy Mace, candidate for South Carolina’s First Congressional District. “We are working to rein in Washington’s spending problem and be a voice for working families and women.”

“Winning For Women PAC has been a great ally and supporter of mine since Day 1,” said Monica De La Cruz, candidate for Texas’ 15th Congressional District. “I am proud to have hit the ground running in Congress where I advocate for our daughters and women each and every single day — from fighting for a strong border and safe communities, to economic freedom and improving access to breast cancer treatment for women in South Texas and all across America. I look forward to continuing to work with Winning For Women to build a future where women and girls thrive and achieve El Sueño Americano.”

“It is a great honor to receive the endorsement of Winning for Women PAC for my re-election in Virginia’s Second Congressional District,” said Jen Kiggans, candidate for Virginia’s Second Congressional District. “Winning for Women PAC uses their impressive network to help elect conservative women from across the country to Congress. They played a pivotal role in helping me flip my seat in 2022 and secure the new House majority. I am appreciative of their continued support and look forward to helping them further their efforts in the 2024 cycle.”

“Winning For Women PAC is a leader in supporting conservative women candidates, and I’m honored to have them on my team as I fight to represent Northeast Indiana in the House of Representatives,” said Judge Wendy Davis, candidate for Indiana’s Third Congressional District. “Together, we’ll work to keep the Republican House majority and advance meaningful conservative solutions for the American people!” 

WFW PAC bases its endorsements on a number of metrics, including: significant fundraising numbers proportionate to the candidate’s district; an established campaign team; and a competitive but viable path to success through the primary and/or general elections.


WFW PAC is proud to provide hard-dollar support to help fuel the campaigns of top women candidates. In addition, 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 PAC and related groups raised more than $17 million to support GOP women last cycle.