Colorado Federation of Republican Women visit the Capitol
Members of the Colorado Federation of Republican Women were at the state Capitol on Monday, March 25, for their annual Day at the Legislature. Donning their customary red, the women met with lawmakers, listened in on meetings, and had lunch across the street. They also posed for their group shot on the steps of the state Capitol.
This year’s group shot of the Colorado Federation of Republican Women was taken on the steps of the state Capitol on Monday, March 25. Pictured in the center of the first row is club president and state Rep. Perry Buck, R-Windsor. There were a few late arrivals for the photo, and you’ll be able to see the stragglers and other coverage of the women in the March 29 issue of The Statesman.
Photo by John Schoenwalter/The Colorado Statesman
The Colorado Federation of Republican provides an avenue of political involvement for women who share the Republican philosophy. And as you can see from this group shot, they possess a unique mixture of older and younger members who together, provide a winning combination of experience and innovation.
CFRW is affiliated with the National Federation of Republican Women, the largest all-women political organization in the world. “Our strength comes from diversity of opinion, culture and experience and our power from our grassroots political activism,” according to their literature. “CFRW continues to build a better tomorrow by offering women in Colorado an active organization in which to participate, as volunteers or professionals, at every level of government.”