Estela Hernandez Featured as GOP Rising Star at RNC

Estela Hernandez, recently elected Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Oklahoma, was featured as a GOP Rising Star at the Republican National Committee (RNC) spring meeting in Phoenix. Hernandez is a proud Federated woman – Chairman of the Community Engagement Committee for the Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women (OFRW) – and proud...

Scholarship Winner Announced

Congratulations to Hester Anne Brown our Mae Austin Scholarship recipient for Fall 2015! These scholarships are available to women who are non-traditional students of higher education in the state of Oklahoma. They must be registered Republican voters in our state. For consideration, please complete the two (2) page application and mail it to: Mae...

Evelyn McCoy Named “Ladies in the News” Honoree

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: SUSAN HOWARD 405-524-1556 HOME; 405-990-8036 CELL rshoward@aol.com RE: Oklahoma Hospitality Club’s 49th Annual Ladies in the News LOCAL CHARITABLE EVENT Oklahoma Hospitality Club announces its 49th Annual Ladies in the News Luncheon and Style Show – ‘Sharing: A Simple Pleasure’. Twelve women will be honored at the...

Mae Austin Scholarship

In memory of longtime member Mae Austin, the Oklahoma City Republican Women’s Club will award two (2) $1,000 scholarships for the Fall semester of 2015. These scholarships are available to women who are non-traditional students of higher education in the state of Oklahoma. They must be registered Republican voters in our state. For consideration, please...

Mae Austin Scholarship

In memory of longtime member Mae Austin, the Oklahoma City Republican Women’s Club will award two (2) $1,000 scholarships for the Fall semester of 2014. These scholarships are available to women who are non-traditional students of higher education in the state of Oklahoma. They must be registered Republican voters in our state. For consideration, please...

Gov. Mary Fallin supports tax cuts for Oklahoma

Gov. Mary Fallin wants to reduce your taxes and cut government spending. Oklahoma is all for smaller government and more jobs for our state. That’s a good idea! We’ve got the details for you right...