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Maggie’s List Endorsed Candidates!

We extend our sincere congratulations on the elections of Maggie’s List endorsed candidates in this historic 2016 election cycle. Maggie’s List is proud to have endorsed amazing women who believe in our shared values of fiscal conservatism, less government, more personal responsibility, and strong U.S. national security. Today, it is more important than ever to strengthen these values in the U.S. Congress and in our country.

These women all ran very solid campaigns, fought obstacles and challenges head-on, took nothing for granted, and proved victorious. Maggie’s List proudly recognizes the following endorsed candidates who will be sworn-in in the 115th Congress.

U.S. Senate
  • Lisa Murkowski, Alaska
U.S. House of Representatives
  • Martha Roby, Alabama 2nd District
  • Martha McSally, Arizona 2nd District
  • Mimi Walters, California 45th District
  • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida 27th District
  • Jackie Walorski, Indiana 2nd District
  • Susan Brooks, Indiana 5th District
  • Lynn Jenkins, Kansas 2nd District
  • Ann Wagner, Missouri 2nd District
  • Vicky Hartzler, Missouri 4th District
  • Elise Stefanik, New York 21st District
  • Virginia Foxx, North Carolina 5th District
  • Vicki Noem, South Dakota At Large
  • Diane Black, Tennessee 6th District
  • Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee 7th District
  • Kay Granger, Texas 12th District
  • Mia Love, Utah 4th District
  • Barbara Comstock, Virginia 10th District
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington 3rd District
  • Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Washington 5th District
  • Liz Cheney, Wyoming At Large
We would also like to extend congratulations to individuals who are also very special to Maggie’s List and who were announced Friday as part of the Trump-Pence presidential transition team including Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, a member of the Maggie’s List Board of Directors, and Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn (TN-7) who Maggie’s List endorsed in multiple election bids.

These are big wins not only for the aforementioned ladies but also for Maggie’s List! We are very proud of every fiscally conservative woman who we have endorsed and who ran in this election or past cycles and have gone on to serve their communities regardless of the outcome of their run. Congratulations to all!
Thank you Maggie’s List State Chairs,
Board of Directors and Members

Maggie’s List wishes to extend our sincerest appreciation to all Maggie’s List State Chairs, our Board of Directors, Congressional Partners and Members! Tuesday night and all election cycle, you played a role in shaping our next Congress. With your relentless support, we were able to help elect outstanding women to Congress who share our values and will be building a better future in Washington.

Maggie’s List had a 66% general win rate this election cycle, which demonstrates that the left does not have a monopoly on the women’s vote. Our endorsed candidates were front and center in this election cycle. Having women succeed in elections is essential.

None of this would have been possible without you contributing your time and money, insight and action to Maggie’s List. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you. We never could have done it without you!

Maggie’s List Makes Headlines (Again!)
Maggie's List Chairman Sandra Mortham is featured in the most recent edition of Elle Magazine.
Maggie’s List continues to be a sought-after resource for the media that has a strong interest in understanding conservative women in the context of the outcome of this election. This week, Maggie's List Chairman Sandra Mortham was featured prominently in an article in Elle Magazine in which she discussed what she and other conservative women would want a Trump administration to look like—and what they wish people would stop getting wrong about conservative women.
To read Elle Magazine's article, "Republican Women Explain Why They're Excited for a President Donald Trump," click here!
Also, Maggie’s List National Executive Director Missy Shorey was interviewed again by Judy Woodruff on PBS NewsHour on what the election means for women in politics.
Maggie's List National Executive Director Missy Shorey (left)
on PBS NewsHour.
To see the PBS report, "What Does the Election Mean for Women in Politics", click here!
Also we provided commentary on Newsmax regarding the transition. We are so proud of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, a Maggie’s List Board Member, for her service on the transition team along with Congressman Marsha Blackburn (TN-07).
Maggie's List National Executive Director Missy Shorey (center)
interviewed on Newsmax Prime
You might have seen in last’s week’s edition of the Weekly Brief, that Maggie’s List was also featured in a Gray Media report entitled, “Could More Women be Moving in on Capitol Hill?”
To see Gray Media's Report "Could More Women be Moving in on Capitol Hill," click here!
Maggie’s List was also recently featured on CNN in a report on the gender gap in Congress.
To see CNN's "Closing the Gender Gap is Slow Work", click here!
In the 2016 election Maggie’s List has taken a strong and gracious stand to help increase the voice for fiscally conservative women that refuse to bend to the will of the left. This is all only possible with your support and activism. Thank you and please  encourage dynamic women that share our values to consider running for office.  Only when you run can you win.
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