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About the Ontario County Women's Republican Club
It all started with a group of dedicated Republican women from Ontario County New York who had a common passion. Subsequently, they got together with increasing frequency to determine how they could pool their respective talents to proactively contribute to the Ontario County Republican Party
The Ontario County Women’s Republican Club (OCWRC) includes all of Ontario County informing and involving Republican women, and providing grassroots support of the Republican Party, its candidates and those elected. Members of the OCWRC are also members of the New York State Federation of Republican Women and the National Federation of Republican Women.
While the New York State Federation of Republican Women has been so named since 1937, its roots reach back to May 1919 when the New York State Party Chairman called a meeting of 19 women representing different parts of the state to form the Republican Women’s State Executive Committee . In 1929, the name was changed to the Republican Educational League. The stated objective was: "To unite all Republican women for work in general for the Party."
The Clubs work with a goal of working for and supporting responsible leadership in its great state and nation.