New Republican Women’s Caucus announced by Temecula Valley Congress of Republicans

The Temecula Valley Congress of Republicans (TVCR) has announced they have formed a new Republican Women’s Caucus and have elected Robbie Motter as the Caucus’s Chair. The Republican Women’s Caucus is dedicated to electing more qualified Women to Leadership in California and the Republican Party. The TVCR is chartered by the rules of the California Republican Party to organize, educate and promote Republicans at the local grass roots level. Dennis Catron, President of the Temecula Valley CR, and Andrew Hernandez 1st Vice President, stated \\"Robbie Motter obvious selection as the Chair of the Republican Women’s Caucus was based on her proven leadership in the community as a successful businesswoman, author, teacher and radio and cable TV Co-host. The Caucus which is opened to both women and men from all over California will be a major force in developing the leaders necessary to serve the Nation and Republican Party in the Twenty First Century.\\"Chair Robbie Motter has stated that the four major goals of the Caucus is: To reelect as many Republican Women Officials as feasible, Establish a campaign war chest to assist the most qualified Republican Women, Elect new qualified Republican Women at each election, and Hold public forums to educate and develop future Republican Women Leaders. The Republican Women Caucus will start holding local events in January and help expand the organization to the other 50 local chapters of the statewide organization the California Congress of Republicans (CCR). The first statewide event is planned at the meeting of the California Congress of Republican being held April 3 at the historical Mission Inn of Riverside. Elected Republican leadership will attend to help outreach to new Women leaders. To reach Robbie Motter or to find out more information on the Republican Women’s Caucus contact: (888) 244-4420 or E: [email protected]

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