Republican Women Focus on Targeted Strategies to Help Usher in a New Wave of GOP Success in Delaware
GEORGETOWN, Del., Jan. 24—The Sussex County Republican Women’s Club (SCRWC) together with the Seaford Republican Women’s Club (SRWC) joined forces on Saturday, Jan. 22, to meet with and train new members.
Over 30 talented women from three Delaware Republican Women’s Clubs got to meet officers, ask questions, and learn the myriad ways they can help the organization elect Republican candidates.
“We must take action to make certain that our voices are heard,” said Marilyn Booker, president of the Sussex County Republican Women’s Club.
“There is a lot of noise out there, and I know at times it’s difficult and messy, but we must engage with our elected officials to help them know what we need. Having a well-informed and active team of women participate in the political process is critical. That’s what the Sussex County, Seaford and Kent Republican Women’s Clubs are about. This orientation is the first step in achieving that goal.”
Erin Wienner, president of the Delaware Federation of Republican Women, was also present and helped with training.
About Sussex County Republican Women’s Club
Sussex County, Seaford, and Kent County Republican Women’s Clubs support the missions of the National Federation of Republican Women, Inc. and the Delaware Federation of Republican Women, Inc. They seek to promote an informed electorate through political education, to increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government, to foster loyalty to the Republican Party and promote its philosophy, and to work for the election of Republican candidates endorsed by the Republican Party.
“If you do not take an interest in the affairs of your government, then you are doomed to live the under rule of fools.” —Plato
Marilyn Booker, President, email@example.com