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 is thrilled to see five spectacular incumbents return to office: Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA-3), Tulsi Gabbard (HI-2), Grace Meng (NY-6), Martha Roby (AL-2), Krysten Sinema (AZ-9).
We are also proud to share in the victory of Faith Winter, State House (CO-35) and Brianne Nadeau, DC City Council.
In 2014 WUFPAC endorsed 14 women for Congress and six women for state and local office. All of our candidates are incredible role models of young women’s leadership in our country.
2014 will be remembered as a special year for women seeking political office. We reached over 100 women in Congress and celebrated many firsts, such as Elise and Mia. Each of our candidates showed how much their voice as a young leader is needed to move our country forward. I have no doubt all of them will continue to make a difference in their communities.
Plus, each and every one of them has inspired more young women to step up and run. WUFPAC is excited at the prospects of the young women we can support in the next election.
Thank you for your support this election cycle.
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