Updated: Feb 22
Winning for Women Endorses Tiffany Smiley for Senate
PASCO, WA – Veterans advocate and U.S. Senate candidate Tiffany Smiley (R-WA) today has received the endorsement of Winning for Women.
Winning for Women said: “The opportunity to flip both the House and the Senate comes down to ensuring Republicans support qualified, exceptional candidates. Winning For Winning PAC is thrilled to back these five* women who have run large organizations, served our country, put themselves through college, and raised families. These are the types of diverse backgrounds that represent our country and will resonate with voters. With these candidates on the ballot, Republicans have a shot at winning back the House and Senate, and putting a stop to President Biden’s agenda.”
Tiffany Smiley said: “As the wife of a disabled veteran, mother and small business owner I bring experiences to the table that inform and shape my positions and opinions, and are a necessary addition to the shaping of public opinion. I am thankful for the endorsement and support of Winning for Women and their mission to bring more strong, Republican women into the halls of Congress where our backgrounds and insightful voices can shape the policies of our country for generations to come!”
With a national network of over 800,000 members, Winning for Women is one the nation’s leading advocate organizations focused on electing qualified and viable Republican women to serve in Congress. Since its inception, Winning for Women has played a prominent role in electing female Republican leaders in some of the nation’s most hotly contested races, including: Rep. Stephanie Bice (R-OK), Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-IA), Rep. Young Kim (R-CA), Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY), and Rep. Michelle Steel (R-CA).
To learn more about Tiffany Smiley’s record of taking on an unresponsive Federal government and fighting for the care of our nation’s veteran heroes, watch her announcement video here and download her campaign media kit.
*In addition to Tiffany Smiley, Winning for Women also endorsed Katie Boyd Britt (AL-Senate), Jane Timken (OH-Senate), Morgan Ortagus (TN-05) and Tanya Wheeless (AZ-04).