Republican Conference Chairwoman Elise Stefanik of New York is aiming to take back the House majority by funding 23 women candidates. Nancy Pelosi cannot be happy about this.
Stefanik plans to support 23 women who are qualified candidates through her E-PAC.
"Stefanik, who is the third highest ranking Republican House member after displacing Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) in 2021, launched the PAC after the 2018 election," reports Breitbart.
"Only 2.9 percent of elected members were female in 2018. I know we could improve that," Stefanik told reporters.
"The PAC specifically supports candidates who raised over $200,000 in the first quarter, have a strong voice in their district, and know how to combat the establishment media," Stefanik said.
Sefanik's focus on battling the establishment media is due to her awareness of the establishment media’s bias towards Democrats.
"Of the 23 candidates supported by the PAC, six are in running in districts former President Trump won in 2020, 13 are districts President Biden won by less than 10 points, and four are in districts Biden won by more than 10 points," reported Breitbart.
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