How do we answer the comments and questions made by people who sometimes feel uncomfortable with certain actions or words of the President, people who might otherwise consider voting for President Trump due to some of his policies and achievements?

Right before COVID lock down several Republican women activists met together to determine strategies for helping re-elect Donld J. Trump. Since then, despite the lock down and every possible trick from the left the Republican Women of Pennsylvania from every county throughout the Commonwealth have been working to re-elect our President, our local, state and federal candidates and putting fourth our conservative agenda continually.

Attached here is one of the efforts made by the Lehigh County & Northampton women. President of the Northampton County Council of Republican Women, Judy Strock interviewed Rabbi Spero and the Monroe Council will have the interview on their Zoom program tomorrow evening. I wanted all of you to be able to have it. Rabbi Spero is one of the brightest, conservative minds of our day and we are blessed also to have his wife Beth as President of the Lehigh County Republican Women. 

Please, please make PRAYER  a priority.

Thank you for listening, Josephine

Josephine Ferro is President of the Pennsylvania Federation of Republican Women

How to talk to people who are uncomfortable with the President’s words and actions.

Tomorrow’s leaders, grades 3-12 are asked to submit artwork to the White House

First Lady Melania Trump will honor the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment with an exhibit showcasing artwork by young Americans.

As we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, it’s important to include our children in the conversation so they can learn and understand the history behind the Women’s Suffrage Movement” said First Lady Melania Trump. “For decades, women leaders lobbied, marched, and protested for equality and their right to vote in the United States. It is my hope that this project will both support and expand the important conversations taking place on equality and the impact of peaceful protests, while encouraging children to engage in the history behind this consequential movement in their own home states.” (Continue reading)

It’s offical, Republican Women puchase bus!


It’s official the National Federation of Republican Women voted to purchase a bus.  Watch for republican women to roll into your neighborhood as we take back the White House in 2016 and get on board; there is a place at our table for you.

For more information about the bus, click here NFRW 2016 Bus Campaign

Although we are close to our goal, your financial support is still needed.  Click here to donate $20.16

Bring the family to celebrate Ronald Reagan’s birthday; lots of activites for the kids!

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Join the Union County Republicans as we celebrate President Ronald Reagan’s 105th birthday.

There will be activities for all ages,  some of Reagan’s favorite foods and, of course,  jelly beans and chocolate cake!  Bring your entire family.  

When:    Saturday, February 6th, 2-4 p.m.

Where:   Union Township Fire Company Social Hall, Winfield

Tickets:   $8 adults / $5 children age 12 and under / $25
maximum for an immediate family

RSVP:     570-568-1217 or
Mail checks to: UCRC, PO Box 588, Lewisburg PA 17837

Activities  are provided in part by PA Ag Republicans, SUN Area Council of Republican Women, National Teenage Republicans, the Union County Republican Committee and other associated organizations.