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Young Republican Women

A group for young Republican women to share ideas, engage in open discussion of Republican issues, and get to know each other.

Members: 96
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2013


Welcome and thanks for joining! This group is a great place for young women to discuss, ask questions and get to know other women so please encourage your friends to join. The more women that we can bring together in groups such as this, the more women we can reach out to and bring together as a solid voice and strength within the Party.

Make sure that you check out the discussion wall and respond to the first post!!!

Feel free to message me with any questions or ideas that you have.

-Sarah Bartlett

Discussion Forum

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Started by Sarah Bartlett. Last reply by Emily Lofgren Jun 20, 2010.

Regional Women's Summits

Started by Sarah Bartlett Oct 10, 2009.

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Comment by Nicole Cleveland on November 7, 2012 at 1:50pm

Last Night Americans decided a different path than what I as young republican women wanted . We need to hold our head up and know that we may have lost the battle but we will win the war !! 2014 is not that long off !!!!! We also need to look at what happen and learn from this Young women ages 18 to 29 voted 60 percent with Obama why is that ? Well the GOP did not really target that large voting block or even put any young women in a leadership position are in a Congressional race that I can recall. I as a young elected official in the state of Iowa know it is hard to change but we need to attract this demo by giving them someone that is relating to them on the issues that matter to them . I have said that putting a young women in a RNC post or elected post would do that. We need to go in to the colleges and Sororities and work with them to get our young women to vote are at least close this large gap. I think the RNC should invite a panel to DC of young republican women in that age range and ask them how they can win this . After all staying true to your message is great and important but you can not govern if you do not win !! and that needs to be the key in 2014 and 2016 and we need to start now i love this party and what it stands for and we are at very important moment and we need to start target micro polling and meet with the future of this party we need to attract more independent thinkers

Comment by Marissa D Maldonado on August 31, 2011 at 11:01am
Electable and effective may be the final determinations for efficiency.  Social projects are good for the people who truly need them.  The question is how to determine who needs them and who doesn't?  That in itself just may help our country get back on its feet econimically even if very minimal.  ALthough we are so far in times that we could never truly get back to the original principles, the modifications to fit to today's life is not being looked at as closely as it could or should be.
Comment by Laine on August 21, 2011 at 4:26pm
great question - considering globalization, increased technology and social media, iraq, afghanistan, and now libya, the debt ceiling debates - we're looking at a different environment. i believe the original principles should be preserved, just don't know who is the right one to lead the country to make sure that happens. after watching the recent debate and the straw poll speeches, i was happy to hear increased discussion on the economy. i'm hearing a lot of the right things, like 'getting back to basics' and a renewed focus on responsible spending... just can't help but feel like something was missing among the candidates. guess there's a fine line between 'electable' and 'effective'..
Comment by Marissa D Maldonado on August 20, 2011 at 6:15pm
Can the current presidential campaigners truly help us get back to the principles this country was built on?
Comment by Laine on August 19, 2011 at 10:02pm

Hi Marissa  - fresh ideas and good conversation would be refreshing - where to begin??

Comment by Stephanie Morgan on August 18, 2011 at 9:56am
Welcome Marissa!!
Comment by Marissa D Maldonado on August 18, 2011 at 9:12am

Hello all!

I am a young woman who has just decided to stop going towards the left and go with what is right!  I am looking for new fresh ideas and good conversation.


Best to all


Comment by Emily Cusick on July 27, 2010 at 9:57am
Hi everyone! As one of the largest groups on RNCwomen, let's get some discussion started up again! I'm Emily, and I am from Upstate NY. I go to one of the most left-leaning universities in the country, so I am extremely happy to help grow this network of empowered, intellectual Republican young women! Let's get some good conversation going in light of the election in only 97 DAYS!!!
Comment by Jan Larimer on October 8, 2009 at 1:51pm
Thanks to Sarah for creating this group! We miss having you in DC, come visit us soon!
Comment by Aditi Munmun Sengupta on September 30, 2009 at 12:59pm
Thanks Sarah for giving me this opportunity.
It is very refreshing.

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