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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.


Trump's Border Wall Gets Full $1.6B Funding In 'Big Win'

Just before he boarded Air Force One late Wednesday to fly off to Paris for Bastille Day with the French president, President Trump fired out a tweet.

Big WIN today for building the wall. It will secure the border & save lives. Now the full House & Senate must act! 

Smart move, because the "Big WIN" got precious little news coverage from the mainstream media, obsessing over a new nothingburger story on Russian collusion.A House spending bill that quietly moved forward on Tuesday funds all of Trump's initial $1.6 billion wall plan for the U.S.-Mexican border. The funding comes as part of the fiscal 2018 Department of Homeland Security appropriations bill.The plan was released Tuesday by the House Appropriations Committee and a subcommittee moved the plan forward on Wednesday. Read more.

President Trump Cuts White House Spending, Saves Americans Millions

On Friday, the White House released their annual report to Congress on White House Office Personnel. President Trump’s White House has 377 employees, which is more than 100 less than his predecessor. The shorter staff list is yet another example of President Trump’s efforts to streamline our government and reduce wasteful spending.

The latest report from Forbes reports the following:

There are 110 fewer employees on White House staff under Trump than under Obama at this point in their respective presidencies.

$5.1 million in payroll savings vs. the Obama FY2015 payroll. In 2017, the Trump payroll amounts to $35.8 million for 377 employees, while the Obama payroll amounted to $40.9 million for 476 employees (FY2015).

Nineteen fewer staffers are dedicated to The First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS). Currently, there are five staffers dedicated to Melania Trump vs. 24 staffers who served Michelle Obama (FY2009).

Counts of the “Assistants to the President” – the most trusted advisors to the president – are the same (22) in both first-year Trump and Obama administrations. In the Trump White House, Steven Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Omarosa Manigault, Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer and 17 others make salaries of $179,700. In Obama’s first-year, David Axelrod, Rahm Emanuel and twenty others held the title with top pay of $172,000.

The highest compensated White House Trump staffer? Mark House, Senior Policy Advisor, has a salary of $187,500. Mr. House is “on detail” from a federal agency which allows him to exceed the top pay-grade of $179,700. In Obama’s Administration (2009), David Marcozzi earned $193,000 “on detail” from Health and Human Services.


In her new election memoir “What Happened,” former Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says her “skin crawled” during a debate with Republican nominee Donald Trump. She claims she wanted to tell Trump “back up, you creep, get away from me” and that she had to hold the microphone “extra hard” to keep her composure. But some women aren’t buying Clinton’s attempt at playing the victim. Among them is Dolly Kyle, childhood friend of “Billy” Clinton, a longtime romantic partner of the former president and the author of the 2016 election blockbuster “Hillary the Other Woman.”Read more



The Republican Women of The Villages meeting on July 13 had an interesting and extremely informative guest speaker Laurie Cardoza-Moore.

Laurie Cardoza-Moore is a successful leader, businesswoman, wife, mother of five, and founder and President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations (PJTN). She has devoted her life to educate Christians about their Biblical responsibility to stand with their Jewish brethren and the State of Israel. As an accomplished media veteran, Laurie has been part of over 500 film and video productions as both on-screen talent and producer. To watch the video of Laurie Cardoza-Moore addressing the club click on this link.

PJTN has begun a world wide counter attack to confront the anti-Semitic boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement against the State of Israel and ultimately the Jewish people. This charge began in the U.S. in the state of Tennessee and in one week, 
PJTN received numerous phone calls, emails and messages on social media from Christians, Jews, and people of conscience requesting information to launch this campaign in their states. Join the Fight Now! For more information and how to become involved click on this link.

PJTN is also involved in a National Textbook Campaign petition to remove anti-Semitic,anti-Judeo/Christian textbooks used in America's schools.

Tennessee parents in 23 counties joined a nationwide campaign to expose textbooks.

Here in Florida the Florida Citizens' Alliance has a
"Our David And Goliath Fight To Protect Florida’s Children From Indoctrination Appeal"
If you want to stop the indoctrination of our children - sign up for their certification on-line training starting August 1, 2017. Click on the link below:


Republican Federated Women of The Villages

Next Meeting Thursday September 14 at 10 am

Bacall Recreation Center on Canal Street 

Doors open 9:30 am.

All Republicans in The Villages are invited to attend. 

We welcome new members. 

Stop by our Fundraising Table and check out our beautiful patriotic items.

For information contact Marina Woolcock at

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Republican Federated Women The Villages.

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