VOICESPAC Endorses Andrea Todd-Harlin (51A)

 

 

VOICES PAC endorses
Andrea Todd-Harlin for
State Representative
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

July 21,  2014

Contact Information:

Jennifer DeJournett, (612) 460-1870VOICES of Conservative WomenNews@voicesofconservativewomen.org 
 

Eagan, Minnesota - VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICESPAC) announces their endorsement and enthusiastic support of Andrea Todd-Harlin for State Representative (51A).

“VOICES of Conservative Women proudly endorses Andrea Todd-Harlin for MN State Representative.  Andrea is a wife, home health care advocate, and leader in her community.  If elected she will be an advocate for fiscal restraint on behalf of her constituents, a champion for small business, and an energetic leader,” said Jennifer DeJournett, President of VOICES of Conservative Women.

“I am honored to earn the support of Voices of Conservative Women in my effort to represent our community. As a wife, mom and health care professional, I really believe citizens should represent Minnesota families, not career politicians,” said Andrea Todd-Harlin, candidate for the House of Representatives in Eagan. 

“I will work hard to restore fiscal accountability, advance consumer-driven health care policies, reduce the tax burden on hardworking families and develop real education solutions. I grew up in the area and I’m committed to bringing my neighbors’ voices back to the Capitol,” concluded Andrea Todd-Harlin.

We believe it would benefit the residents of House District 51A and our State to elect Andrea Todd-Harlin to the State Legislature.

“Therefore, we encourage our friends to help Andrea by visiting her website at www.andreatoddharlin.com to find out more about this amazing woman leader and donate to her campaign,” said DeJournett.

“We encourage voters in House District 51A to vote  for Andrea Todd- Harlin for State Representative early via absentee or on Tuesday, August 12th in the primary election.  In addition to your vote, we also ask that you give Andrea your financial support.  We believe in Andrea and we know you will too,” concluded Jennifer DeJournett, President of VOICES of Conservative Women.

VOICES PAC will be continue to endorse candidates throughout the 2014 election year.   For a list of the current 2014 endorsements that have been made-to-date by VOICES PAC Minnesota and Wisconsin, visit our website by clicking here.   Those interested in seeking endorsement, should visit our endorsement page for additional information.

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About VOICES and VOICESPAC:  VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government.  VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support commonsense pocketbook issues. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

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August 9 - Road to Freedom Gala - Come Join Us & Celebrate the Coalition of Union Free Providers

 

 

Please join us for a special event
Road To Freedom Gala – Aug 9thhosted by theCoalition of Union Free Providers &

VOICES of Conservative Women

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Please Join The Coalition of Union Free Providers

At the Road to Freedom Gala as they celebrate the accomplishments of childcare providers and their partners across the country who continue to promote union free childcare.   

Road to Freedom Gala 

Coalition Leaders, Mark Mix (President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation) & Other Special Guest Speakers

Saturday, August 9 

5:00 PM to 6:00 PM Freedom Reception 

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM General Admission

$50.00 per ticket

Sponsorships Opportunities Available

Dinner and Cash Bar

If you can’t make it, please consider sponsoring a childcare provider to attend.

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Embassy Suites – Bloomington

7901 34th Avenue South Bloomington, Minnesota

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RSVP ONLINE  

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RSVPs are also accepted via mail at

VOICES PO Box 2514 Maple Grove, MN 55311

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additional information about sponsorships:

Jennifer Parrish childcareunioninfo@gmail.com

 or 

Jennifer@voicesofconservativewomen.org  / 612-460-1870

The net proceeds from this event will be donated to the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation for defending home care and child care providers across the country.

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About VOICES :  
VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy and provide them 

information they need to make their voice heard on the key issues of the day. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles.

For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

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VOICES PAC WI Endorsed Another Round of Women Leaders

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 8, 2014                                                    

For more information contact   Vicky Ostry (414) 944-1805   vicky@voicespac.org

VOICESPAC Wisconsin Endorses Sandy Voss

for Wisconsin State Assembly District 58

WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN – VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, announces their endorsement and support of Sandy Voss, Richfield, for Wisconsin’s 58th Assembly District.  State Representative Pat Strachota (R-West Bend) currently represents this Assembly District, but is not seeking re-election.

“Sandy Voss is a proud Wisconsinite and a leader in her community,” said Vicky Ostry, Wisconsin State Director of VOICESPAC Wisconsin.  “Sandy is fully committed to keeping Wisconsin moving forward, supporting policies and legislation that will lower taxes for individuals and businesses. It’s encouraging to hear a candidate say she will approach the state budget just as she does her family’s budget. Wisconsin’s families cannot afford policies that spend money that the state does not have or take in.” 

“It is a great honor to have received the endorsement of the Wisconsin Chapter of the VOICES of Conservative Women,” Voss said.  “Because of the group’s tireless work, a new generation of ambitious, qualified and conservative female candidates are running for the Wisconsin State Legislature.  The bar for strong female representation in Madison was set high by Representative Pat Strachota, the first female to be elected Majority Leader of the Wisconsin State Assembly.  Washington County residents expect and deserve strong leadership. As a Trustee serving on the Village of Richfield Board since 2011, and as a small business owner, I have proven that I will be that leader.”

The 58th Assembly District includes West Bend, Slinger, Town of Polk, Village of Jackson and a portion of Richfield.

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) was formed to help train and support the next generation of women leaders and/or candidates at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free market principles. In addition, VOICES works to educate the general public on fiscal responsibility, the need to elect leaders who support those ideals and encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICESPAC Wisconsin’s political fund stands with and elects female leaders who support our ideals.

For more info about Sandy Voss and to support her campaign, please visit www.VossforAssembly.com.

For more information about and to volunteer for VOICES PAC Wisconsin, contact vicky@voicespac.org

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VOICESPAC Wisconsin Endorses Shirl LaBarre

for Wisconsin State Assembly District 87

 

WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN – VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, announces their endorsement and support of Shirl LaBarre, Hayward, for Wisconsin’s 87th Assembly District.  Mary Williams (R-Medford), who currently holds this seat, announced in February 2014 she will retire from the Wisconsin State Assembly at the end of her term in January 2015.

“It’s very important to the future of our state to make sure we have strong women in elected office,” said Vicky Ostry, Wisconsin State Director of VOICESPAC Wisconsin. “Mary Williams has been a strong female voice in the 87th Assembly District and in Madison. Shirl LaBarre will continue that tradition and  bring her commonsense pocketbook approach to each issue at the Capitol. The result will be more jobs, strengthening Wisconsin’s economy by getting government out of the way of the small business owners who create those jobs, and reducing the regulations that stand in their way.”

“I am honored to have the endorsement of VOICES of Conservative Women and will work hard to make sure ’our’ values are a strong VOICE in Madison,” LaBarre said.  “I am committed to the core values of this rising organization: fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles.  I encourage all conservative women thinking about running for office, or just wanting to get more involved, to check out VOICES of Conservative Women.”

The 87th Assembly District is a primarily rural area in northwest Wisconsin and consists of all or parts of Clark, Marathon, Rusk, Sawyer and Taylor Counties.

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) was formed to help train and support the next generation of women leaders and/or candidates at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free market principles. In addition, VOICES works to educate the general public on fiscal responsibility, the need to elect leaders who support those ideals and encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICESPAC Wisconsin’s political fund stands with and elects female leaders who support our ideals.

For more info about Shirl LaBarre and to support her campaign, please visit www.LaBarreForAssembly.com 

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VOICES PAC Wisconsin Endorses Nancy VanderMeer

for Wisconsin’s 70th Assembly District

WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN – VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, announces their endorsement and support of Nancy VanderMeer, Tomah, a candidate for the 70th District of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Nancy was narrowly defeated when running for this seat – by 144 votes out of nearly 27,000 votes cast – in 2012.

“Nancy VanderMeer is a true ‘pocketbook’ conservative and we are excited to endorse her,” said Vicky Ostry, Wisconsin State Director of VOICESPAC Wisconsin. “Nancy knows what it’s like to run a business during tough economic times, and she’s done it with courage and success. We are confident she will bring those skills to the Capitol in Madison.”

“I am honored to receive the endorsement of VOICES of Conservative Women,” said VanderMeer. “As a small business owner, I understand the importance of fiscal responsibility and limited government, and will advocate for these principles. I look forward to bringing this message to my friends and neighbors in the 70th Assembly District as I work to earn their support.”

The 70th Assembly District is in rural central Wisconsin and covers the southwest and northern corners of Monroe County, an eastern portion of Jackson County, a portion of Wood County, and a western portion of Portage County. The largest cities, both less than 10,000 residents, are Sparta and Tomah.

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) was formed to help train and support the next generation of women leaders and/or candidates at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free market principles. In addition, VOICES works to educate the general public on fiscal responsibility, the need to elect leaders who support those ideals and encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICESPAC Wisconsin’s political fund stands with and elects female leaders who support our ideals.

For more info about Nancy VanderMeer and to support her campaign, visit www.nancyforwisconsin.com.

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VOICESPAC Wisconsin Endorses Janel Brandtjen

for Wisconsin’s 22nd Assembly District

 

WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN – VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, announces their endorsement and support of Janel Brandtjen, Menomonee Falls, a candidate for the 22ndh District of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Don Pridemore, who is not seeking re-election this fall, currently represents Wisconsin Assembly District 22.

 

Vicky Ostry, State Director of VOICES PAC Wisconsin, said, “Janel Brandtjen has deep roots in the community.  Janel was born and raised in Wisconsin and she has lived and worked in Waukesha County since the late-1990’s.  Janel and her husband, Rick, own a business and are raising their two daughters here in Menomonee Falls.”

 

“As a business owner and more recently a Waukesha County Supervisor, Janel Brandtjen understands the issues of local control, accountability and responsibility in government,” Ostry continued.  “Janel does not just talk about advancing conservative fiscal beliefs and values, she has a proven record to back it up.  Therefore, VOICES PAC Wisconsin enthusiastically endorses Janel Brandtjen for State Assembly and we will continue to support her campaign,” Ostry said.

 

“VOICES of Conservative Women has a winning record and I would like to offer my humble gratitude for their endorsement,” said Brandtjen. “As a conservative woman, I pledge to lower our tax burden, bring more jobs to the community and support and expand the educational choices of parents.”

 

The 22nd Assembly District includes the Town of Erin, part of the Village of Richfield, most of the Town of Lisbon, the Village of Lannon, most of the Village of Menomonee Falls, the Village of Butler, and a small portion of the City of Milwaukee.

 

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) was formed to help train and support the next generation of women leaders and/or candidates at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free market principles. In addition, VOICES works to educate the general public on fiscal responsibility, the need to elect leaders who support those ideals and encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICESPAC Wisconsin’s political fund stands with and elects female leaders who support our ideals.

For more info about Janel and to support her campaign, visit www.brandtjen.com.

VOICESPAC ENDORSES JENIFER LOON FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (48 B)

For Immediate Release   

May 29, 2014

Contact: Jennifer DeJournett

(612) 460-1870

news@voicesofconservativewomen.org

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VOICESPAC ENDORSES JENIFER LOON FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE

 

RepJeniferLoon(Eden Prairie, Minnesota) – VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICESPAC) announces their endorsement and strong support of Representative Jenifer Loon for State Representative (48B).

“VOICES of Conservative Women proudly endorses Jenifer Loon for MN State Representative.  Jenifer has been a tireless advocate of fiscal restraint on behalf of her constituents, an advocate for small business, and a leader,” said Jennifer DeJournett, President of VOICES of Conservative Women.

Representative Jenifer Loon has been an exemplary leader in the Minnesota House.  She is a leader who not only is principled but also is willing to go above and beyond to support those around her.  She is a mentor to many women who hope to follow in her footsteps.  

“I am honored to accept the endorsement of Voices of Conservative Women for my re-election to the Minnesota House of Representatives.  In my service to the citizens of Eden Prairie and our great state, I have led efforts to reduce the tax burden on Minnesota families and job creators, rein in government spending, reform and improve our education system, and eliminate the barriers to entrepreneurship—the life blood of a thriving economy.  I will continue to work hard be a voice for fiscal responsibility and smart policies that grow opportunities for all Minnesotans—not government,” said Representative Jenifer Loon.

Representative Loon has always been a friend to VOICES of Conservative Women and we are proud to call her our friend.   We believe it would benefit the residents of House District 48B and our State to send her back to the Legislature for another term. 

“Therefore, we encourage our friends to help Jenifer and visit her website at www.jeniferloon.com to find out more about this amazing woman leader.  We believe in Jenifer and we know you will too,” concluded Jennifer DeJournett.

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About VOICES and VOICESPAC:  
VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government.  VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support commonsense pocketbook issues. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

April Newsletter...springing ahead to victory

From the Kitchen Table of

VOICES of Conservative Women &

VOICESPAC

Dear Friends,

Hope you are surviving this never ending winter.  Although the weather may be bleak, we are looking forward to the renew that will come in the Spring….

We have been busy these last few months. We thought we would take a moment to update you on what we have been up to lately.

Click HERE to Read More….

Victory FOR VOICESPAC Wisconsin Winning Record Continues.....

 

 

Victory FOR VOICESPAC Wisconsin Winning Record Continues…..
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April 3, 2014
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Vicky Ostry
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Victory FOR VOICESPAC Wisconsin Candidates in Spring Elections
Three endorsed county supervisor candidates from around the state win elections on April 1st

WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN – VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, announces victories for county supervisory candidates they endorsed in the spring elections held throughout the state yesterday.

“VOICES PAC Wisconsin is proud of our endorsed candidates and congratulates them on their election to local office,” said Vicky Ostry, Wisconsin State Director of VOICESPAC Wisconsin. “Our organization is relatively new to the Wisconsin political scene, and these victories are proof that there is a real desire by the electorate to see conservative women elected to political office.

VOICESPAC Wisconsin-endorsed candidates include:

Janel Brandtjen – Waukesha County Supervisor
Jennifer Grant – Waukesha County Supervisor
Kim Simac – Vilas County Supervisor

“Looking forward, we will continue our efforts to recruit, support, and endorse conservative women throughout the state as we head into the fall elections,” continued Ostry. “We are working hard to elect more conservative women, women who will speak out on behalf of common sense, pocketbook ideals. We are currently accepting endorsement applications, and we are energized and looking forward to continuing our efforts to build a solid group of conservative elected women here in Wisconsin.”

VOICESPAC Wisconsin previously endorsed State Representative Jessie Rodriguez in her special election win last fall. For candidates interested in seeking endorsement by the group, applications can be found on the VOICES of Conservative Women website.

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) was formed to help train and support the next generation of women leaders and/or candidates at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free market principles. In addition, VOICES works to educate the general public on fiscal responsibility, the need to elect leaders who support those ideals and encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICESPAC Wisconsin’s political fund stands with and elects female leaders who support our ideals.

For more information about the organization, or to volunteer for VOICES PAC Wisconsin, contact vicky@voicespac.org

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About VOICES and VOICESPAC:  
VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy and provide them

information they need to make their voice heard on the key issues of the day. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles.

VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support our core principles. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

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April 23, 24th Special Event with Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn Hosted by The Women’s Victory Fund

 

 

Our sister organization

The Women’s Victory Fund

upcoming special events in April with

Congresswoman

Marsha Blackburn (TN 7)

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Upcoming Special Events in April with

Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn (TN 7)

WE HAVE AN EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT:   Our sister organization (Women’s Victory Fund) has TWO (2) special events in April!

We encourage all of our friends to attend.

Here are the details.  We  hope to see you there!

  • Wednesday, April 23 (5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.) St. Paul, MN                                           
“Paint the Town Red Reception”
 

Victory Reception and Paint the Town Red Social and Award Reception Details:

5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Victory Reception for Rising Star and Victory Fund Circle Guests:  (Meet and Greet with Congresswoman Marsh Blackburn, Photo Opportunity, Appetizers, Cash Bar and acknowledgment at the event)

6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wear Red Social and Award Reception Appetizers and Cash Bar

Learn more about how to attend, ticketing options for the Paint the Town Red Reception see above.

Red attire is encouraged - wear a red tie, a great red dress or just a splash of color but make sure you wear something red.   We look forward to seeing you and kicking off a great 2014 year.

For additional details and to RSVP to the Reception on the 23rd:  http://painttownredreception.eventbrite.com

  • Thursday, April 24  (7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) St. Paul, MN                                      
“Policy Briefing:  Affordable Care Act, Health Care & Technology”

This exclusive event will have limited seating in order to encourage candid conversation regarding the Affordable Care Act, Health care and Technology. (implications and what do we need to know going forward.)

A full breakfast will be served and the briefing will start and end on time in order to accommodate everyone’s busy schedules.  

For additional details and to RSVP to the Policy Briefing on the 24th:  http://policyfund.eventbrite.com

We strongly encourage you to attend, bring a friend or two with you and share the details with your network.  If you want to learn more about the Women’s Victory Fund, visit their website by clicking www.womenpac.org.  

Best Regards,

Jennifer DeJournett, President

VOICES of Conservative Women

612-460-1870

www.voicesofconservativewomen.org 

Jennifer@voicesofconservativewomen.org

PS:

About Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn (TN 7)

Congressman Blackburn began her elected service career in 1998 as a Tennessee State Senator. Blackburn’s Senate career was marked by her commitment to fiscal common sense and government accountability. She became known to her constituents for holding “budget school” in her district and across the state; identifying waste and offering solutions for a state in a budget crunch. 

Blackburn was selected to serve as Vice Chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee for the 113th Congress where she will continue to serve on four critical Subcommittees: Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade (CMT); Oversight; Health; and Communications and Technology. She serves on the House Budget Committee and is a founding member of the Republican Women’s Policy Committee. Blackburn is also a member of the Smithsonian Libraries Advisory Board.

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VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy and provide them

information they need to make their voice heard on the key issues of the day. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles.

VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support our core principles. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

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VOICES PAC Wisconsin Announces Their Endorsement and Support of Janel Brandtjen, Jennifer Grant and Kathy Nickolaus, Three Waukesha County Supervisory Candidates

 

VOICES PAC Wisconsin Announces Their Endorsement and Support of

Janel Brandtjen, Jennifer Grant and Kathy Nickolaus,

Three Waukesha County Supervisory Candidates

March 27, 2014 VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, announces their endorsement and support of three Waukesha County Supervisor candidates prior to the April 1st General Election.

VOICES PAC Wisconsin proudly endorses Janel Brandtjen for Waukesha County Supervisor District 5, Jennifer Grant for Waukesha County Supervisor District 7, and Kathy Nickolaus for Waukesha County Supervisor District 2. These three women have been tireless advocates of fiscal restraint on behalf of Waukesha County taxpayers,” said Vicky Ostry, Wisconsin State Director of VOICES PAC Wisconsin.  

“We encourage our friends to get to know Janel, Jennifer and Kathy, and contact them to find out more about these amazing leaders.  Their top priorities include reducing spending and assuring Waukesha County has the most cost-effective County government.  Working together on the Waukesha County Board, Janel, Jennifer and Kathy will represent the taxpayers’ interests well,” added Ostry.  

For more info about Janel Brandtjen and to support her campaign, visit her website at www.brandtjen.com.

For more info about Jennifer Grant and to support her campaign, visit her website at www.jennifergrant4supervisor.com

For more info about Kathy Nickolaus and to support her campaign, visit her website at www.kathy4district2.com

For more information about and to volunteer for VOICES PAC Wisconsin, contact vicky@voicespac.org

 

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About VOICES and VOICESPAC:

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy and provide them information they need to make their voice heard on the key issues of the day. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles.

 

VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support our core principles. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

VOICESPAC Wisconsin Endorses Kim Simac for Vilas County Supervisor District 21

 

 

VOICESPAC Wisconsin EndorsesKim Simac for

Vilas County Supervisor District 21

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VOICESPAC Wisconsin Endorses Kim Simac for Vilas County Supervisor District 21

VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, announces their endorsement and support of Kim Simac, Eagle River, for Vilas County Supervisor District 21.

“Kim Simac is a true ‘pocketbook conservative’ and we are excited to endorse her,” said Vicky Ostry, State Director of VOICES PAC Wisconsin.  “As a wife, mother, author and business woman, Kim has inspired thousands of people across Wisconsin,” Ostry continued.  “Kim is a conservative whose business and family history prove her interest in balancing the preservation of Vilas County’s pristine natural resources, with the preservation of the rights of property owners.

“VOICES of Conservative Women has a proven track record of electing conservative women to office,” said Kim Simac. “I am honored by their endorsement and support of my candidacy to represent the people in the 21st District of Vilas County.

“Kim Simac understands the issue of local control and will work to make sure that those who live in Vilas County decide what happens in Vilas County,” added Ostry.  “Therefore, VOICES PAC enthusiastically endorses Kim Simac for Vilas County Supervisor and we will continue to support her campaign.”

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) was formed to help train and support the next generation of women leaders and/or candidates at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free market principles. In addition, VOICES works to educate the general public on fiscal responsibility, the need to elect leaders who support those ideals and encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICESPAC Wisconsin’s political fund stands with and elects female leaders who support our ideals.

For more info about Kim Simac and to support her campaign, contact bk951@frontier.com.

For more information about and to volunteer for VOICES PAC Wisconsin, contact vicky@voicespac.org

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About VOICES and VOICESPAC:  
VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy and provide them

information they need to make their voice heard on the key issues of the day. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles.

VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support our core principles. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

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VOICES PAC WI Applications Are Currently Being Accepted

 

 

VOICES PAC Wisconsin Endorsement Applications Are Currently Being Accepted
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For Immediate Release: PRESS RELEASE

Updated from March 2, 2014 Release

VOICES PAC WI Contact:  Vicky Ostry, vicky@voicespac.org

VOICES PAC Wisconsin Welcomes Applications Requesting Endorsement from Candidates for

2014 Spring and Fall Elections in Wisconsin

WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN – VOICES PAC Wisconsin, an affiliate of VOICES of Conservative Women, is now accepting endorsement applications from conservative women running for office in 2014. Candidates for spring and fall elections in Wisconsin that agree with our core values: fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles, are encouraged to complete and submit an endorsement application available on the VOICES website.  Candidates are encouraged to fill out their applications by March 15, 2014.

VOICES PAC Wisconsin is dedicated to increasing the number of common sense, pocketbook women in elected office across the state of Wisconsin,” said Vicky Ostry, State Director of VOICES PAC Wisconsin.  “The life experiences and policy perspectives that women bring to elected office are important. Our state will reap the benefits of having more women’s perspectives in Wisconsin’s State Capitol as well as on our county boards, school boards and city councils. We look forward to providing our endorsed candidates with coaching and training, a very dedicated group of volunteers, as well as a boost in their fundraising where appropriate.”

VOICES of Conservative Women State PAC (VOICESPAC) was founded in 2009 in Minnesota, and has a track record of successfully elected common sense pocketbook women to state and local office. VOICESPAC expanded into Wisconsin in late-2013, with their first endorsement of Jessie Rodriguez for Wisconsin’s 21st Assembly District. The race saw Rodriguez winning a five-way Republican primary in October, and then going on to a decisive win in the general election in November.

“VOICES of Conservative Women has a proven track record of supporting fiscally conservative women that are running for office,”  said State Representative Jessie Rodriguez (R-Franklin). “I am honored to have had their endorsement and support of my candidacy.  I encourage other women running for office to seek the support of VOICES PAC Wisconsin.”

Candidates seeking endorsement from VOICESPAC Wisconsin can be running for office in most state or local elections.  VOICES PAC Wisconsin cannot screen endorse judicial candidates.  VOICES PAC Wisconsin reviews and rates candidates for state and local races who request our endorsement.

VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) and VOICES PAC Wisconsin were formed to help train and support the next generation of women leaders and/or candidates at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free market principles.  In addition, we work to educate the general public on fiscal responsibility, the need to elect leaders who support those ideals and encourage more women to become involved in public policy.  VOICESPAC and VOICES PAC Wisconsin’s political fund stands with and elects female leaders who support our ideals.

For more information about and to volunteer for VOICES PAC Wisconsin, contact vicky@voicespac.org or call 414-944-1805.  Follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

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About VOICES and VOICESPAC:  
VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy and provide them

information they need to make their voice heard on the key issues of the day. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government who support fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles.

VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support our core principles. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org

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