Welcome to the
whittier Republican
women federated

Are you a registered Republican? Are you looking for ways to make a difference in your community and for your country? Are you committed to preserving the conservative values upon which this country was founded?

Whittier Republican Women Federated is looking for people like you who want to be informed, educated and involved in supporting the values and political processes that make this nation the best in the world.

Voter Registration

Community Service - Walk for Maddie's Closet

LA county Supervisor Candidate Mike Gin

Whittier RWF Welcomes Benghazi Hero Kris Paronto

2016 Scholarship Winners

2016 Catherine Vinatieri Scholarship Winner

United States Senate Candidate Tom Del Beccaro visits Whittier Republican Women

Whittier RWF at the Los Angeles County Fair Republican Women booth

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Whittier Republican Women Federated invites you to JOIN US!
We welcome Women, Men and our Youth

Whittier Republican Women Federated is a political organization. We provide opportunities for involvement with like-minded people who share the Republican philosophy. Founded in 1955, we are an affiliate of the National Federation of Republican Women. The Federation is a grassroots political group and is one of the largest and most influential women’s political organizations in the country.

We help elect Republican candidates and take an active role on issues and legislation. We educate and inform our members and our communities. We empower our women members, associate members which includes all people and our youth, of all ethnicities and backgrounds in the political process.

Visitors are welcome to attend our meetings. We are a friendly and hospitable organization. Please join us to learn more about our activities and how, together, we can make a difference.

CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY
*** OFFICIAL RECOMMENDATIONS ***

NO

on Prop

14

Issues Bonds for Stem Cell Research

YES

on Prop

20

Strenghtens Penalties for Violent Crimes

NO

on Prop

15

Increases Property Taxes by @11.5 Billion per Year

NO

on Prop

21

Makes the Housing Crisis Worse

NO

on Prop

16

Government Quotas for Employemnt,Contracting & Education

YES

on prop

22

Protect the Right to be an Independent Contractor

NO

on Prop

17

Allows Felons to Vote

NO

on Prop

23

New Dialysis Bureaucracy Increases Health Care Cost

NO

on Prop

18

Lowers Voting Age

NO

on Prop

24

Costly, Deceptive Privacy Scheme
No Position
on Prop

19

Permits Transferring of Property Tax Base

NO

on Prop

25

Makes "Zero Bail" Permanent
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