Winning For Women: Group says road to Republican majority runs through electing female conservatives

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A group working to elect more Republican women to Congress is touting its efforts, and successes, in congressional races across the country as the road to this year’s midterm elections makes its way through a busy primary season.

The Winning For Women Action Fund (WFW AF), the political arm of the conservative women’s advocacy group Winning For Women, has already been involved in a number of races this election cycle and has seen record fundraising as it looks to help women candidates make an even greater impact on the makeup of Congress.

Launched in 2019, the WFW AF was the first SuperPAC dedicated to electing Republican women. It endorsed over 20 candidates and spent nearly $3 million in its first campaign cycle during the 2020 elections, including for Iowa Republican Sen. Joni Ernst’s tough re-election bid, and has cited that successful support as a sign the group will play a crucial role in the 2022 elections.

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“Last cycle, 11 of the 15 seats flipped in the House were by women. Proof that when we invest in qualified female candidates, they win.

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