Founded in 1938, the National Federation of Republican Women is the largest and most influential women's active grassroots political organization in the United States. Once an auxiliary of the Republican National Committee, the NFRW is financially and organizationally independent today, while still being recognized as the women’s arm of the Republican Party in the United States.
The members of the NvFRW work to:
Promote an informed public through political education and activity
Increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government;
Facilitate cooperation among the national, state and club organizations;
Foster loyalty to the Republican Party and promote its principles and candidates in all elections, including non-partisan elections; and,
Support Republican objectives and policies and work for the election of Republican nominees.
In working toward these objectives, the NFRW concentrates its efforts in the areas of education, communication, and legislative action as well as political recruitment, campaigning, fundraising, and training.
In Nevada, the Nevada Federation of Republican Women (NvFRW) was formed in 1961 with 3 clubs. Nevada now has 20 individual clubs with over 1500 members.
Joining a local club is a great way to participate in the political process at the grassroots level and to network with other women in your community. By paying dues to her local club, a Republican woman automatically becomes a member of her state federation and of the National Federation of Republican Women.
Membership in the National Federation of Republican Women is an opportunity for women to find their voice and make a difference. As a member of a local club, every Republican woman has a voice in that club, as well as in both her state federation and the NFRW.