In 2020, a record number of Republican women ran for Congress, a boom following historic lows in women’s representation in the party. As the GOP rebuilds its coalition — both on the federal and local level — who are the women rising in the Republican ranks?
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Mayra Flores’ victory set a record for women in Congress. It also reflects the growing visibility of Republican Latinas
The rapid gains Republican women have made since 2018 could be a signal for how the party fares in this year’s midterms
A banner year for Republican women
There will be more women in Congress next year than ever before after Republican women prevailed in House races.
Republican women could double representation in the U.S. House
Election night proved to be a strong showing for Republican women, with at least 23 heading to the lower chamber.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik wants to elect more Republican women into office
In a conversation with The 19th, the Republican congresswoman talked about why her new political action committee aims to elect more women to her party, and she offered advice to women thinking about running.
Tennessee primaries add another all-woman U.S. House race to record-breaking tally
Six women will run in congressional House races in the state this November.
More Republican women are running for the U.S. House than ever before. Will they win?
There will be at least 74 Republican women on U.S. House ballots in November, but many of them face political headwinds.
What it takes to build a nonpartisan pipeline for women candidates
In a space dominated by Democratic groups, the LBJ Women’s Campaign School highlights its nonpartisan approach in trying to help more women get elected to office. It’s not that simple.