RNC Kicks Off Women’s History Month With Video Celebrating Conservative Women

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The Republican National Committee is celebrating Women’s History Month by creating a video series to celebrate the conservative women changing politics.


The video series is called “Lead Right: The Women Changing Politics,” and will consist of five videos, each featuring a the story of a different Republican woman accomplishing big things.

“The RNC has teams in nearly two-dozen states across the country and many of them are led by awesome women,” an RNC spokesperson said. “This series features women around the country – some of whom are deployed in critical midterm states – who are serving in pivotal leadership positions for the Republican Party.”

The first video features RNC chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel, the second woman to ever hold that position.

“The Republican Party is the party for women,” McDaniel explains in the video. “We at the RNC are fortunate to have many strong and talented women paving the way for our party in their state and across the country.”

“Day in and day out they deliver the Republican message of liberty, opportunity, and accountability in everything they do,” she says. “These women have grit, they have passion, and they have purpose.”

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