Republican Women Making History!

Over at one of our favorite sites, the Gateway Pundit, we were reminded us of just how BIG a night the ladies in the GOP had.

Three of our personal favorite candidates – Mia Love, Elise Stefanik and Joni Ernst were making history from one end of our nation to the other!

In New York and at 30 years young, Elise Stefanik became the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.

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In Utah, the brilliant and enigmatic Mia Love is the first female African-American Republican elected to Congress! She won our hearts just two short years ago with her amazing speech at the 2012 RNC, and now we get to enjoy having her lead us from Washington, D.C.


And last but certainly not least, Joni Ernest is the first woman elected to Congress from the great state of Iowa. She is also the first female combat veteran ever elected to serve in Congress as she becomes the next Senator from Iowa.

Plus… she made this advertisement…


The Democrat War on Women meme is a farce and our elected officials should prove that. These ladies are going to rock Washington, D.C. and it’s going to be awesome.

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