We meet on the 4th Monday of the month at a local Warren County venue. We enjoy dinner, listen to fascinating speakers on a variety of topical Republican issues, and discuss our agenda. Dinner reservations are required.
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We engage, energize, and educate the Republican Women (and men too) in Warren County through monthly meetings, annual events and scholarship opportunities for our youngest Republicans. We would love for you to join our ranks in helping to "Make America Great Again".
Republican Women's groups in Warren County date back to the 1930s! Our predecessor organization, the Warren County Republican Women's Club (WCRW) was officially established in 1957. Kathryn L. Drake (May 25, 1916 - March 4, 2012) was the first president of WCRW and led Warren County women in grass root political efforts. Doors were opened by the WCRW for the women of Southwest Ohio to serve not only in local politics, but in state and national politics as well.
Some years ago, our name changed to the Republican Women of Warren County (RWWC), but our rich and inspiring history is still the force that drives us. We continue to promote woman at all levels. We are still here and standing strong to further Republican causes and candidates.
Republican Women of Warren County from the beginning
Warren County has long been one of the most Republican counties in Ohio, and has been since the party was established in the 1850s. Since the first presidential election after its founding, 1856, Warren County has supported the Republican candidate for president all but once, the exception being 1964 when Warren County voted for Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson over Barry M. Goldwater. In 2008, Warren County cast the largest net vote for John McCain of any Ohio county. Before the Republican Party was formed, Warren County supported the Whigs.
Taken from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_County,_Ohio