WUFPAC Announces Winners

WUFPAC Announces Winners

WUFPAC Candidates Make History  Washington, DC – Women Under Forty Political Action Committee (WUFPAC) is proud to see two of our candidates make history. Elise Stefanik (NY-21) comes to Congress as the youngest woman ever elected at the age of 30. Mia Love (UT-4) will serve as the first African-American female Republican in Congress. WUFPAC isContinue Reading

How Elise Stefanik Became the Youngest Woman Ever Elected to Congress

How Elise Stefanik Became the Youngest Woman Ever Elected to Congress

Roll Call Politics- Rep.-elect Elise Stefanik’s path to victory in New York reflected the trajectory of the midterms nationally, as Republicans invaded Democratic territory to make double-digit gains in the House. But in so many other ways, Stefanik’s dominant win was one of her own making. Stefanik defeated a wealthy Democrat, Aaron Woolf, by more thanContinue Reading

Michelle Obama Cheers on Women Veterans

Michelle Obama Cheers on Women Veterans

AP –  Michelle Obama is telling women to be bold in their next career step. “If you want a job, you can’t be modest. You’ve got to show off a little bit,” the first lady said Monday at a career development forum for women veterans transitioning to civilian life and careers. “And believe me, youContinue Reading

Washington Post: More than 100 women in Congress for the first time, but not much growth

Washington Post: More than 100 women in Congress for the first time, but not much growth

Washington Post – Tuesday’s election will bring the count of women in Congress to more than 100 for the first time, between both the House and the Senate. The number of female U.S. senators will either remain at 20, the same record high as set in the 2012 elections, or could reach 21 if Democrat Mary Landrieu wins the runoff election in Louisiana. Meanwhile, the numberContinue Reading