Super Tuesday brought victories for candidates down the ballot, aside from Democratic primary contenders. Rep. Elise Stefanik’s (R-NY) Super PAC, E-PAC, saw overwhelming victories from endorsed primary candidates.
@gcforcongress won her primary with over 50% of the vote and avoided a runoff. She is a 7th generation Texan and businesswoman running a strong campaign to take #TX32 back. Donate to her here ?? https://t.co/5tGtzPfdhO— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) March 4, 2020
@GrangerCampaign defeated her primary challenge last night and is in great shape to win reelection for #TX12 in November. I’m honored to serve with her Congress. Donate to her campaign here ?? https://t.co/5tGtzPfdhO— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) March 4, 2020
E-PAC’s mission is to engage, empower and elevate Republican women to elected office. Rep. Stefanik launched the PAC after the 2018 midterm elections, which demonstrated a deficit of GOP women in Congress, largely in part because of a lack of resources in place to encourage Republican women to run for office.
Rep. Stefanik has been at the center of the fight to bring more women into the Republican Party, and to Congress to represent the GOP. The Republican Party is much in need of more female representation, and Rep. Stefanik has moved the party in the right direction with support of GOP leadership.
E-PAC's endorsed female GOP candidates will head to the ballot in November.