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By: The James Madison Institute / 2016



Baker County Press
Women’s political network at Capitol

Members of the Baker Women’s Political Network recently visited Tallahassee for a meeting with sister clubs around the state and the Florida Women’s Political Network, all of which aim to elect Republicans to public office.

On the first day they attended training seminars and heard from various speakers. The speakers included state organization board members, Florida House representatives and people from the right-leaning James Madison Institute.

They learned aboutbuilding club structure, how ideas become laws, club finance laws and the use of social media in messaging.

Day Two was reserved for a walk through of the capital and the Florida Historic Capitol Museum.

The club is currently raising money with a raffle for a gift basket worth more than $600, according to a press release from the club. Tickets are $2 and available by calling (904) 580 0714. The drawing will be April 16, but you don’t have to be present to win.

The club meets on the first Tuesday of the month at the Chamber of Commerce at 6:30 p.m. Ladies are invited to attend or check out the club’s Facebook page.