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Garrett Hale

Candidate for Napa County Supervisor, District 1: Garrett is a WORKER, not a professional politician! He stands for common sense, no waste of public funds, no increased taxation, no new mandates.

Matt Hooper

Candidate for Napa County Supervisor, District 3: Matt is committed to preserving/sustaining the beauty and natural resources of Napa Valley. He promises transparency, honesty, and fiscal stability to create honest and prudent solutions to run the county.

Bryan Pritchard

Candidate for California State Assembly, 4th District: Brian says, "The status quo is NOT WORKING!". He is committed to developing solutions to SOLVE water issues, fire threats, and MASSIVE GOVERNMENT SPENDING - protecting Taxpayer dollars!

Stay for Q&A time at the end of the candidates' presentations!

Join us for our May 12th Luncheon Program "Meet the Candidates"

Thursday, May 12, 2022 | $30 at the door (credit cards accepted)

Meet & Greet at 11AM | Meeting Starts Promptly at 11:30AM

Location: Elks Lodge 2840 Soscol Ave, Napa

RSVP by Monday, May 9th

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You are invited to join Napa Valley Republican Women for a SOCIAL MEETING on May 12th!

EVERYONE IS INVITED! Members, guests, spouses, men... anyone interested in hanging out with like-minded Republicans in a space where discussion is welcome!

No Host Dining and Drinks
No RSVP Required

When: Thursday, May 12th 6PM-8PM
Ace & Vine Casino, 505 Lincoln Ave, Napa

Hope to see you there!

Who We Are

Napa Valley Republican Women Federated, chartered in 1947, was the first Republican Women's club in Napa County.

National Federation of Republican Women

We are affiliated with the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW), the largest women's grassroots political organization in the country, with thousands of active members in local clubs across the nation.

California Federation of Republican Women

We are members of the California Federation of Republican Women (CFRW), the largest State organization in the Federation.

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We are registered as Republicans and believe in the Republican principles. The Federation is an official part of the Republican Party. It is the educational arm.

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Our Objectives

To promote an informed public through political education and activity.

To increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government.

To promote a wider knowledge of the principles and policies of the Republican Party.

To encourage active citizenship.

To cooperate with the Republican State and County Central Committees for the election of Republican candidates.

To facilitate cooperation among Republican Women's Clubs.

To foster loyalty to the Republican Party and to promote its principles and candidates in all elections including non-partisan elections.

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How We Meet Them

Luncheon Meetings

Meetings are held ten months a year (no meetings in July or August). Programs are presented to educate members in politics at local, state and national levels. Emphasis is given to legislation and Republican candidates.


A monthly newsletter containing club news and current political information is sent to each member. Also contains CFRW and NFRW legislative news and information about conferences and other events at those levels.

Capitol Update

Published by CFRW, it is emailed to members and provides timely analysis of current bills in our state legislature. Members also receive Legislative Action Alerts with information on contacting elected officials. You can download these at www.cfrw.org.

2022 Luncheon Meetings

When: 2nd Thursday of the Month
Location: Elks Lodge
2840 Soscol Avenue, Napa
Cost: $30 at the door; credit cards accepted.
*Please note: there are no meetings in July or August.

May 12
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September 8
October 13
November 10
December 8