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The House of Representatives passed a massive tax reform bill

The 25 Most Influential Women In
Donald Trump's Washington
NewsMax - Nov 2017

  1. Ivanka Trump - "First Daughter" Assistant to the President
  2. KellyAnne Conway - Counselor to the President
  3. Hope Hicks - White House Communications Director
  4. Sarah Sanders - White House Press Secretary
  5. Nikki Haley - Ambassador to the U.N.
  6. Elaine L Chao - Secretary of Transportation
  7. Kirstjen Nielsen - Assistant to the President and Deputy White House Chief of Staff
  8. Dina Habib Powell - U. S. Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategy
  9. Betsy DeVos - Secretary of Education
  10. Linda McMahon - Director, Small Business Administration
  11. Elaine Duke - Acting Secretary Department of Homeland   Security
  12. Heather Nauert - State Department Spokesperson
  13. Omarosa Manigault - Director of Media Operations for the   Office of Public Liaison
  14. Mercedes Schlapp - Senior Adviser for Strategic   Communications
  15. Lindsay Reynolds - Assistant to the President,   Chief of Staff for the First Lady
  16. Dana W White - Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for   Public Affairs
  17. Lindsay Walters - White House Deputy Press   Spokeswoman
  18. Seema Verma - Administrator for the Centers for Medicare   and Medicaid Services
  19. Madeleine Westerhout - Special Assistant and Executive   Assistant to the President
  20. Helen Aguirre Ferre - Special Assistant to the President,   Director of Media Affairs
  21. Heather Wilson - Secretary of the Air Force
  22. Brenda Fitzgerald - Head of CDC
  23. Carla L Provost - Acting Chief U.S. Border Patrol
  24. Julia Hahn - Special Assistant to President Trump
  25. Liz Hill - Press Secretary, Department of Education.

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Republican Federated Women of The Villages

for Our Annual Jingle Mingle

Tuesday, December 12

5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Eisenhower Recreation Center

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Latest News...

The House of Representatives passed a massive tax reform bill on Thursday aimed at cutting taxes for businesses and individuals, which is a major step in the Trump administration’s effort to overhaul the tax system.The bill, which passed with “227 votes in favor and 205 against,” had to survive opposition from several House Republicans as 13 of its members ultimately voted against the plan. Click on this link to see more information

Six Senators to Watch as GOP Pursues Tax Overhaul

Republican leaders are trying to corral at least half a dozen lawmakers who are voicing concerns

Senate GOP leaders have moved their tax bill through the committee process and now face a new challenge: Concerns about the bill are coming from at least a half-dozen Republican senators, and supporters can lose only two of them for the legislation to pass. The senators are:

Sens. Bob Corker and Jeff Flake - Concern: Federal Debt
Sen. Ron Johnson - Concern: Pass-Through Businesses
Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins - Concern: Health Provisions
Sen. John McCain -
Concern: Defense Funding.


This is utterly absurd… she stated that it would make the United States seem like an “authoritarian regime.” WOW. In fact, Axio reports (via a Mother Jones interview):
If they send a signal that we’re going to be like some dictatorship, like some authoritarian regime, where political opponents are going to be unfairly, fraudulently investigated, that rips at the fabric of the contract we have, that we can trust our justice system … It will be incredibly demoralizing to people who have served at the Justice Department, under both Republicans and Democrats, because they know better. But it will also send a terrible signal to our country and the world that somehow we are giving up on the kind of values that we used to live by and we used to promote worldwide.” Read the full story


Let's help Bands of The Villages Outreach Program acquire Band Musical Instruments

Sandy Fuller,  chairman of  the Outreach Committee for the organization Bands of The Villages (BOTV), has a question for you:

Do you have a gently used instrument in your closet that you are no longer using?

When BOTV started their outreach program over a year ago they expected to volunteer in the schools, help with instrument repairs, and to provide financial aid for band trips. As they branched out to offer assistance to schools in Lake, Sumter and Marion counties they discovered the real need was for instruments. There are many children who do not join the band because of the cost of the instrument, or have to drop out if parents can no longer afford the monthly payments to rent an instrument. Instruments are the number one teacher request. BOTV wants to give positive, musical experiences to children that might otherwise not have it, feeling that music can become a lifelong learning and loving experience.

BOTV is looking for band instruments not stringed instruments, think marching band, flutes, clarinets, saxophones and trumpets. Monetary donations are also being accepted for repair of instruments and assistance in classrooms. These donations are going to a charitable organization and therefore are tax deductible.

If you have an instrument to donate or/and monetary donation please contact: Sandy Fuller at noting BOTV Instruments in the subject line.

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Republican Federated Women of The Villages to foster loyalty to the Republican Party's principles, support Republican elected officials, and work to elect the Party's nominees in all local, state and federal elections.  To accomplish this mission, we will support the objectives and policies of the Florida Federation of Republican Women, the National Federation of Republican Women and the Republican Party of Florida.  Additionally, through a variety of programs, initiatives and events, we will provide political education and activity to the membership and the general public, thereby increasing the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government.

Membership is open to The Villages residents. Monthly meetings are open to all who live in Marion, Lake, or Sumter Counties.