The "Cathy Represents ME" campaign has turned into a movement!
It is amazing to see women from all walks of life coming together to create a better Eastern Washington. These four women in particular inspire with their strength, courage, and passion for community. This week we launched a billboard campaign to showcase the growing support in the community, and invite other women who want to sign on.
VISIT: CathyRepresentsMe.com to see who else has signed, and join today!
I love this picture of my friend Kitara with my mom. Two women from vastly different backgrounds, but they're both women of faith and mothers who would do anything for their children.
As women, we should all lift each other up like Kitara and my mom. Take a moment today to reach out and offer a few words of kindness to a working mom who makes a difference in your life.
Thanks to the Spokane County Republican Party, Deneen Borelli, and Jason Chaffetz for an uplifting and inspirational evening honoring the father of our great Republican Party. He was a man who fought tirelessly to unite our Union, abolish slavery, and defend the rights of every individual to live freely and pursue their version of the American Dream.
As we move forward in 2018, we can honor President Lincoln by continuing his work.
Each day, do your part to bridge the divisions within our own communities; have a courageous conversation; and, most importantly, always have compassion and lead with your heart. God bless.
Today I filed for re-election to continue serving and getting results for the people and families of Eastern Washington.
Thank you to all who attended our record-breaking campaign kick-off in March or have reached out to offer words of support and encouragement. It's truly humbling.
I'm proud of all we've accomplished together and excited for the momentum we're continuing to build!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 9, 2018
CONTACT: Ashley Stubbs, Communications Director
SPOKANE, Wash. – Cathy McMorris Rodgers took to the airwaves today with her first ad of 2018, demonstrating a commitment to running an aggressive campaign focused on her positive vision for Eastern Washington and the country.