Virginia became a federated member in 1953 and plays an important role in Virginia politics. The Virginia Federation of Republican Women (VFRW) is divided into eleven districts and is the backbone for the Republican Party campaigns. Members participate in get-out-the-vote (GOTV) efforts, host meet and greets with elected officials and candidates, and write op/ed articles for local newspapers.
VFRW members work hard to educate women on the importance of political involvement and support for the Republican Party. They holds training sessions; bring together political leaders on Legislative Day to share their goals and discuss issues; many are leaders of their local political committees, run campaigns, and hold public office.
2013 Convention, Lansdowne Resort, Leesburg, VA