Nebraska Senator Deb Fisher Meets with MNFRW Members

20160228_103421

On Sunday, February 28, members of the Metro, North Metro, Northwest Metro, and Capital Republican Women’s chapters of the Minnesota Federation of Republican Women met in February with Nebraska Senator Deb Fisher to discuss ways of maximizing the influence of Republican women in the 2016 election. In attendance were Kathy Tingelstad, Gretchen Irmen, Christina Norman, Laura Siegel, Deb Kaczmarek, Jen Wilson, Andrea Todd-Harlin (host), Jane Jasmin, Eileen Tompkins, Rep. Kelly Fenton, Jessica Bach, Vikki Bleise, Janan Sharpe, and Holly Hernandez. Senator Fisher is seen in the red blazer standing sixth from the right.

 

 

Pizza, Beer & Politics Debate Viewing Party

WHEN:  February 25 at 7:00 p.m.      WHERE:  Home of Margaret Flower, Metro Republican Women president

Enjoy a social hour from 7:00-8:00, then sit and watch the presidential debate with fellow Republicans. $10 per person covers food. RSVP to Jane Jasmin at 612-280-6058 or janejasmin@charter.net.

Letter Writing Campaign Launches!

WHEN: February 19,  1:00-2:30 p.m.   WHERE:  Lakeville.  

Metro Republican Women is launching a letter-writing campaign to area newspapers.  Why?

To make more visible the perspective of Republican women in the pages of our area newspapers—and to make clear that the Democrat party does not speak for us; that we can and will speak for ourselves on the issues of the day. 

Interested in joining? Here are the details:  MRW Writers’ Circle

“How to Make a Difference in the 2016 Elections”

WHEN:  Thursday, February 11th, from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

WHERE:  Cub Foods, Upper-Level Meeting Room, 12595 Central Ave. N.E., Blaine 55434

North Metro Republican Women host Candy Sina, Conservative Activist, at their monthly meeting. She’ll discuss how to exercise your influence. Also featured will be insights into the Republican Precinct Caucuses on March 1.  RSVP to Kathy Tingelstad at TinglestadKathy@gmail.com or 763-286-7293.

 

Click here for the flyer: North Metro Rep–February 2016