Interested in Joining GMRW?
As proud Granite Mountain Republican Women, we support the ideals of the Republican Party through informing and engaging women to help elect Republican Candidates at all levels of government. We hear from diverse & innovative speakers from around the community. We provide the training and resources to help local women make a difference in our community, state and country. Our group allows us to socialize with like-minded women, talk about ground-breaking political strategy, and build strong and lasting friendships.
In October of 2020, a group of Republican women met to create a club with the express purpose of supporting the Republican Party. They strongly believed that women should play a prominent role in politics and that they would work to increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government.
On February 6, 2021 GMRW was presented their Charter as an approved federated club under AzFRW and NFRW.
What are my options if I have paid dues for 2021 to another club?
****If you are a member of another Federated women's club and have renewed your membership for 2021, then you have a few options:
1 - You can request the other club change your ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP to ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP. You can request a refund of the difference between what you paid for full Active membership and Associate dues, HOWEVER, whether they issue refunds is up to that local club's policy.
Misunderstood facts about your Federated membership
Benefits of GMRW Membership
When you join GMRW, you become part of a community of Republican women who work within our communities to support Republican principles of government.
Our connections to local elected officials and community leaders makes us an effective catalyst for change. We take pride in service to our communities and embrace the founding father's guidance to "give back" and "pay it forward".
We know that our member's involvement at the local level allows us to support organizations who provide direct assistance that is personal and tailored to the needs of the individual, something a government bureaucrat from Washington D.C. can't do well.