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Washington, D.C. - Maggie’s List, a federal political action committee (PAC), today announces nine new endorsements for candidates for federal office during the 2022 election cycle. The organization is proud to stand behind these strong, female candidates who support conservative principles.
Maggie’s List officially endorses the following candidates:
“Electing conservative women to office is more important than ever in the 2022 election cycle and we are proud to endorse these nine candidates,” said Maggie’s List Chairman Sandra Mortham. “As we face tremendous uncertainty as a nation, we believe the best path forward is one founded on the principles of fiscal conservatism, small government and strong national security and we look forward to helping all Maggie’s List candidates succeed in their elections this fall,” she continued.
Maggie’s List has seen a dramatic rise in the number of conservative women running for office during the last several election cycles. In light of the #MeToo movement, women’s activism is more important than ever.
According to the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), women comprise more than 56% of all voters, but less than 27% of our representation. Maggie’s List’s mission is to equalize those numbers and empower women to take a stand and run for what they believe in.
About Maggie’s List:
Maggie’s List is a federal PAC created to raise awareness and funds to increase the number of conservative women elected to federal public office. Since 2010, this national group of dedicated women have had an outstanding record for endorsing successful candidates for U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives. Maggie’s List supports women candidates who stand for fiscal conservatism, less government, more personal responsibility and strong national security. For more information on Maggie’s List, please visit www.MaggiesList.org, follow @maggieslist1 and like FB.com/MaggiesList1.