[Madison, WI] – The Republican Party of Wisconsin is proud to announce a coalition of more than 300 Wisconsin Republican women dedicated to the re-election of President Donald Trump and Republicans down the ticket.
The coalition is committed to reaching and educating women across the state with the Republican message and President Trump’s accomplishments. Since President Trump took office, women have experienced record low unemployment, there are 4.3 million new jobs for women and there are nearly 600,000 less women in poverty.
The coalition is led by a steering committee that includes chairwoman, Mary Buestrin of Mequon, Candee Arndt of Brookfield, Kathy Kiernan of Richfield, Sue Lynch of Kenosha and Charlotte Rasmussen of Stanley.
Upon announcement of the coalition, The Republican Party of Wisconsin issued the following statements from Party Leadership and Women for 2020 steering committee leaders:
“This coalition is essential to mobilizing women across Wisconsin to support Republicans and President Trump,” said Andrew Hitt, Chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin. “The Republican Party of Wisconsin is committed to reaching voters where they are with our positive message of conservative reform.”
“Wisconsin women are actively working to re-elect President Trump to another term by encouraging voters to become active and reach out to their friends and neighbors with President Trump’s positive message,” said, Mary Buestrin, Chairwoman of the Women for 2020 coalition and Republican Party of Wisconsin National Committeewoman.
“President Trump is a proven leader who has consistently put America first. Women will be key to the success of President Trump in Wisconsin, and I am confident that women across the state will support our efforts and grow this coalition between now and November,” said Sue Lynch, member of the Women for 2020 steering committee.
“President Trump is a champion for life and religious freedom. President Trump has made appointing judges who are faithful to the Constitution and the rule of law a priority, and now one in four judges on the U.S. Circuit Court have been put on the bench by this president,” said Kathy Kiernan, member of the Women for 2020 steering committee and Republican Party of Wisconsin Executive Committee.
“On the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, women are organizing across the state to encourage more women to support Republicans and President Donald Trump. I look forward to working with women across the badger state to deliver our state’s 10 electoral votes to President Trump once again,” said Candee Arndt, member of the Women for 2020 steering committee.
“Wisconsin Women are dedicated to spreading President Trump’s ‘Promises Made, Promises Kept,” message. He is delivering on his promises like passing the USMCA, rebuilding our military, and re-energizing our economy. The support and energy with women on the ground is already working to deliver another victory to President Trump,” said Charlotte Rasmussen, member of the Women for 2020 Executive Committee.