As Republicans in the house narrowly passed TrumpCare, they did so with the support of very few women. Even at the Rose Garden celebration, they included just one woman at the event.
This is not how we improve health care for all Americans - it's critical to have women's voices as part of the process.
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We talk about death threats, what the GOP might look like in 2020, and the #GOProgress movement.
If you just watched the video above, you know we've got a long road ahead.
Yes, we lost the election.
But now more than ever, the voices of Republican Women who want to move our country forward are critical.
We're committed to identifying those voices, lifting them up, and focusing our country on what we can achieve together.
We started in May of 2016 as an attempt by Republican Women for Hillary to save the country from getting Trumped. Now, we've turned into a national movement to empower Republican Women to engage with American politics. We didn't win, but our voices are more critical than ever. Republican Women for Progress (our new name!) is focused on thought leadership in the media, connecting women on the state and national level, and serving as a clearinghouse for educational and training opportunities to engage women in American politics.
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