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Ellmers mulls how to bring more women to GOP

Rep. Renee Ellmers was in Charleston over the weekend speaking at a conference of conservative women about how the GOP can close the gender gap.

Ellmers, a Republican from Dunn, Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and columnist Ann Coulter were among those who spoke at the 3rd Annual Bridging the Gap Women's Summit.

Among other tops, the conference discussed ways to better attract women under 35, and to deal with the perception that the Republican Party policies were hostile to women.


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Seriously? Maybe they should start with the idea of how unnecessary government mandated medical procedures and forced birth help promote freedom. See ladies? With the GOP you have total freedom! As long as you don't mind giving your body over to the government. Oh wait! I almost forgot! These women don't think that they or any other women should be paid the same as men for the same job! So, yes, you're kind of free and you're almost a first class citizen! Who could say no to that?

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