| The main stream media doesn’t like to admit that women voted for and will vote again for President Trump. In fact, Hillary Clinton and the Hollywood elite think that the women who voted for Trump in 2016 did so because we cannot think for ourselves and that the men in our lives told us how to vote. Some reporters went as far as to suggest there is something wrong with “white women” who vote Republican because we are “voting against our interests.”
According to a study conducted by the Center for the American Woman and Politics, 41% of women voted for Trump. Some media outlets say that number is closer to 53%. Despite the discrepancy in numbers, the bottom line is that women voted for Trump in high numbers, and did so because of their own personal convictions. In fact, many women who had voted Democrat in the past, flipped to Trump because they resonated with his message.
However, women of all backgrounds, education levels, nationalities, color and religions are part of the “Women for Trump” campaign and they are ready to re-elect President Trump in 2020. They had a kickoff rally in Pennsylvania in July and the media barely noticed, but that does not deter them from making an impact.
This Thursday, there is a Women for Trump National Day of Training. The coalition, along with the Republican National Committee, requested three key locations in Virginia to host these trainings and Rockingham County was lucky enough to be one of the areas chosen for this event. Please note: this event is not only for women. Everybody is encouraged to attend, because the more volunteers we train, the more voters we reach and get to the polls in November.
This is a combined effort with Women for Trump, the Trump Victory Campaign, the RNC and RPV, in order to make sure that we keep our Republican majority in the General Assembly this year. Please sign up to attend this one time only event and let’s work together to keep our majority this year and re-elect President Trump in 2020!
Continuously working for you,
“The difference between our party and Democrats is, we treat women
as the whole voter. Women care about health care, we care about education,
we care about our military, we care about our economy,
and yes, we do care about the unborn!”
– Ronna McDaniel, Republican National Committee Chairwoman