Current and former Republican women stand against four more years of Donald Trump
Aug 24, 2020 – After four years of blatant misogyny, civil unrest, and failed leadership from President Trump, today The Lincoln Project continues our crusade to abolish his chances of reelection by announcing the first wave of fierce women to lead our Lincoln Women coalition. This coalition is comprised of current and former Republican women who have had enough of this president and will actively encourage other Republican women to vote him out of office on November 3.
“President Trump’s weakness and incompetence have caused immeasurable damage to our country. His failure at managing the pandemic response has cost over 175,000 lives. His failure to preserve the economy has inordinately hurt women and cost millions of jobs. His assaults against women, immigrants, and minorities demean the Presidency and the American people.” said Jennifer Horn, co-founder of The Lincoln Project. “Women will decide the outcome of this election. The coalition is dedicated to uniting all women who recognize the threat this President poses to the future of our Republic and turning them out to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. The future of our families, our communities, and our country lie in our hands.”
MEMBERS AND BIOS
Jennifer Horn – Co-Founder of the Lincoln Project, Chairman of the NH Republican Party 2013-2017, Republican Nominee in NH-2, 2008.
Susan Del Percio – Republican Strategist and Political Analyst.
Jenny Willis Beech – Bush 2000 Campaign and Administration Alumna, Political Advisor.
Cathy Blaney – CEO of CBlaney Group, Former fundraiser for Governor George E. Pataki and President George W. Bush.
Jane Calderwood – Former Chief of Staff, U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe.
Sally Canfield – Former Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, Former senior director at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Domestic Policy Advisor for the 2000 Bush Campaign.
Jerushah Duford – Evangelical Author, Speaker, and Advocate.
Beth Fukumoto – Former Hawaii Republican House Leader (2014-2017), Democratic State Representative (2017-2018), Democratic Candidate for US House (2018).
Mollie Fullington – Founder of Mulberry Street Strategies, Former Press Secretary for New York Governor George E. Pataki and U.S. Representative Rick Lazio.
Jennifer Waisath Harris – Public Affairs Strategist, Former Communications Director, Spokesperson and Political Director for GOP Elected and Appointed Officials.
Ariel Hill-Davis – Founder and the Policy Director for Republican Women for Progress (RWFP). A lifelong moderate Republican, Miss Hill-Davis brings over a decade of experience in public policy to her work with RWFP and having spent most of her career focused on heavy industry like manufacturing and mining.
Kodiak Hill-Davis – Founder and Political Director of Republican Women for Progress (RWFP). Hill-Davis started her career working for Rep Nancy Johnson (R-CT) and has spent the last decade advocating for transportation, infrastructure, and now, market based solutions for climate change.
Stephanie McGann Jantzen – Crisis Communications, Republican Strategist, Policy and political consultant.
Jennifer Lim – Co-Founder & Executive Director of Republican Women for Progress.
Meghan Milloy – Co-Founder & Executive Director of Republican Women for Progress.
Tara Setmayer – CNN Political Commentator, Contributor to ABC News, and Former GOP Communications Director on Capitol Hill.
Rina Shah – Political Adviser, Commentator, & Founder of Republican Women for Biden.
Robin Shaw – Former Republican Legislator; Commerce Chairman (AZ), Financial Planner, DC Lobbyist for Financial Services Industry, Republican Precinct Committeeman, Education Chair for the Scottsdale-Arizona Federation of Republican Women.
Marguerite Sullivan – International strategic communication consultant, a veteran of three Republican Presidential Administrations, director of federal liaison, and member of NJ Governor Christie Whitman’s cabinet.
“The past four years have been exhausting for women,” said Susan Del Percio. “We are fearful for the health and safety of our families, we are tired of constant lies and bullying from the Oval Office, and we are frustrated with trying to make decisions for the wellbeing of our families without accurate information. It is time to bring humanity, empathy, leadership, dignity, and respect back to the White House and I am proud to join this group of strong women in that fight.”
The Lincoln Project’s Women’s Coalition will host a virtual town hall, featuring Jennifer Horn, Susan Del Percio, Beth Fukumoto, and special guest, Washington Post conservative columnist, Jennifer Rubin on Wednesday, August 26th at 6 pm EDT on LPTV. It will be streamed live on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
The Lincoln Project is a group of prominent Republicans working to prevent the re-election of Donald J. Trump and those who support him.