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Elise Stefanik, E-PAC endorse Katie Britt for U.S. Senate in Alabama

Elise Stefanik is the chair of the House GOP conference.

Senate candidate Katie Britt on her family farm.

The GOP House Conference Chair Elise Stefanik announced on Thursday E-PAC’s endorsement of Katie Britt for U.S. Senate in Alabama:

“I am proud to endorse Katie Britt to be Alabama’s next U.S. Senator. Katie is an America First warrior who will be a crucial voice for Alabama in the Senate, where she will stand up against Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer’s radical policies that have created crisis after crisis,” said Congresswoman Elise Stefanik. “I am proud to add Katie to the ranks of strong, E-PAC endorsed GOP women on the ballot this November, and I encourage all Alabama families to vote for Katie Britt in the critical mission to take back the Senate and save America.”

Katie Britt thanked Congresswoman Stefanik for her endorsement:

“I’m grateful to Congresswoman Stefanik for her support and endorsement,” said Katie Britt. “The Republican Party is the party of parents and hardworking families, who are getting crushed by the unchecked consequences of one-party Democratic rule in Joe Biden’s Washington, D.C. As November 8 quickly approaches, moms and dads across our nation are stepping up to preserve the American Dream for our children and our children’s children. Together, we will save the country we know and love.”

There are 23 E-PAC endorsed GOP women in open and challenger House races running in November’s election, and with the endorsement of Katie Britt, there are three E-PAC endorsed GOP women running for U.S. Senate: Katie Britt, AL, Leora Levy, CT, Tiffany Smiley, WA.

The majority of 2022’s E-PAC endorsed GOP women won their primaries and three of 2022’s E-PAC endorsed GOP women have already been sworn into Congress: Connie Conway, CA-22, Julia Letlow, LA-05, and Mayra Flores, TX-34.

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