WASHINGTON (Gray DC) – Are Republican women the key to the party winning back the majority in Congress in 2022?
“I think we want to build off of the success of the 2020 election,” said Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.).
In November, Stefanik, the GOP House Conference Chair, introduced the first round of E-PAC endorsed candidates for the midterm elections.
E-PAC, which was founded by Stefanik in 2018, is a political action committee that promotes Republican women for office.
Stefanik says more than 200 women have filed to run.
“We’re seeing the highest number ever of Republican women who have filed to run for Congress, and I want our number to continue to increase,” she said.
Stefanik says “11 out of 15″ seats that flipped to red in 2020 were won by E-PAC endorsed Republican women.
To put this in a clearer perspective, according to the Center for American Women and Politics at…