Southwest Conservative Republican Women
Inspiring women to do more
Our Mission since 2015
Who we are:
Southwest Conservative Republican Women and we're dedicated to engaging, educating, and empowering women from all age groups and walks of life. The club’s purpose is to:
Promote principles of the Republican Party
Inform the public through political education and Republican action programs
Encourage members to pursue elected office and appointed positions
Promote, encourage, and support endorsed Republican candidates
Assert influence and hold our elected officials accountable
What we do:
We're Women Advancing Freedom!
We're Here To Help
The August 9th Primary is coming up; we feel your pain! So, we're here to provide information and get you what you need to vote for the Republican candidates of your choice. We've put together a PowerPoint that shows ALL of candidates and maps so that you can find your Congressional District 2 (CD2) Senate District (SD) and House District (HD) and see who YOUR candidates are.
But, you want to do more than vote. Where do you start? What can you do? Much like a volunteer, being an effective activist requires you to find your ‘fit’. A fit is found when your talents blend with your passion to make a difference to sustain a commitment of time, talent and/or resources.
We are heading into the 2022 election year, so we urge you to take a look at our Resources page to find your election year fit!
Our Members in Action
Advancing freedom means taking action to make a difference and we do that in wide variety of ways and venues, such as:
Tracking and influencing legislation on the state and national level.
Attending rallies and protests to support the issues and values that we hold dear.
Actively learning about the current topics that our country faces through our monthly club meeting, by hosting guest speakers.
Inviting candidates, legislators, activists and specialists in their field to present and educate us on a wide variety of topics so we are armed with the facts.
Participating in training on running for office or a board.
Meeting with legislators at the capital.
Campaigning with GOP candidates.
Building friendships and a network of support with like minded women who love our country.
"If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed."
Statesman, diplomat, lawyer, architect, philosopher, and Founding Father who served as the third president of the United States from 1801 to 1809.