GOP ‘Winning for Women’ PAC endorses three candidates it says can help Republicans take back House in 2022

GOP ‘Winning for Women’ PAC endorses three candidates it says can help Republicans take back House in 2022

FIRST ON REFORM AMERICA: The Republican PAC Winning for Women (WFW) is declaring its first non-officeholder supports of the 2022 political decision cycle on Friday, giving a potential early gander at the GOP up-and-comers who get an opportunity to flip the House for Republicans in 2022.

The up-and-comers getting the sponsorship of the PAC are Esther Joy King, Monica De La Cruz-Hernandez, and Jen Kiggins.

WFW reported a series of supports in June, all of first-year recruit Republican ladies who face intense 2022 re-appointment challenges. Presently this round is supporting Republicans who get an opportunity to flip correspondingly serious seats held by Democrats.

Cruz-Hernandez is running in Texas’ fifteenth Congressional District, which is as of now addressed by Rep. Vicente Gonzalez, D-Texas. The moderate Democrat Gonzalez scarcely beat Cruz-Hernandez in 2020.


Ruler is racing to supplant resigning Rep. Cheri Bustos, D-Ill., in Illinois’ seventeenth Congressional District, which has been moving read lately. Winning that open seat will be critical to Republicans’ arrangements to reclaim the House.

Ruler – a previous guide specialist in Kabul, Afghanistan, and a JAG official in the U.S. Armed force Reserves – lost a nearby rush to Bustos in 2020.

Kiggins is running in Virginia’s Second Congressional District to supplant Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va. Luria securely beat her 2020 Republican rival, yet the legislative locale has gone red as of late as 2016 when previous President Donald Trump won there.


From left to right: Esther Joy King, Monica De La Cruz-Hernandez, and Jen Kiggins, candidates who have been endorsed by the Republican PAC Winning for Women. (Winning for Women)

Kiggins is a Navy veteran who served two Persian Gulf arrangements as a helicopter pilot, as indicated by her mission site. She was chosen for the Virginia state Senate in 2019.

The supports from WFW are huge because of the gathering’s job in assisting House Republicans with beating assumptions in the 2020 decisions, even as previous President Donald Trump lost. It was one of the early benefactors of Rep. Maria Salazar, R-Fla., who unseated Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Fla., in the Miami-region area that decided in favor of President Biden over previous President Donald Trump.


The gathering likewise sponsored Reps. Youthful Kim, R-Calif., Nicole Malliotakis, R-N.Y., Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa, and the sky is the limit from there.


As indicated by FiveThirtyEight, WFW-sponsored up-and-comers have an 87% winning rate in essential races.

“Last year, everybody saw exactly how capable, Republican ladies can act in cutthroat regions,” WFW political chief Micah Yousefi said. “As the energy works for Republicans this cycle, we are anxious to reproduce that accomplishment with more outstanding female competitors. Esther, Monica, and Jen are running for seats that will be basic for reclaiming the House. Winning For Women PAC is pleased to back their races with monetary and grassroots help.”

“It’s such a ton simpler to accomplish a GOP larger part when solid moderate ladies move forward and answer the call,” King said of her kindred competitors. “We are in the general running for Congress to bring strong, traditionalist, shrewd, and gutsy plans to Congress.”


2 thoughts on “GOP ‘Winning for Women’ PAC endorses three candidates it says can help Republicans take back House in 2022

  1. I am stoked that the Republican Party has so much more diversity than in the past. These youthful patriots give me so much hope. I hope they get a lot tv coverage.

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