The RNHA Interviews Karen Newton of Texas Federation of Republican Women

The RNHA Interviews Karen Newton of Texas Federation of Republican Women
November 14, 2019 Comments Off on The RNHA Interviews Karen Newton of Texas Federation of Republican Women Local Politics, News Robert Cross

Live with Texas TFRW President!

Posted by Republican National Hispanic Assembly on Friday, November 8, 2019

Warren Martinez and Jenifer Knesek interview Karen Newton the Executive for Texas Federation of Republican Women. The Texas Federation of Republican Women has been focusing on increasing membership. They were given a list of 154,000 women under 50 by Senator John Cornyn and increased their membership by 37.5%. They have well over 10,00o members and are continuing to grow.

Weston Martinez asked Karen Newton if we should get Churches and non-profits involved in voter registration and engagement. Karen replayed, “We need to get all Republicans engaged and non-Republicans who share your values. People need to understand that Republican values are American values.” Vote your values.

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