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“I’m honored to have these strong and talented women on my team and am humbled by their support,” said Mitt Romney. “Across the country, people are struggling as a result of President Obama’s poor stewardship over our economy. I’m grateful to these women for joining me in my campaign to replace this administration’s failed policies with a pro-growth vision for our extraordinary nation.”

“I’m proud to be heading up this effort to reach out to women voters,” said Women for Mitt National Chairwoman Ann Romney. “There is no doubt that women will play a critical role in determining the outcome of this election, and that’s something Mitt understands well. He also knows how to turn around this economy so that it will better serve the interests of women and families across America.”

“All across America, women are tired of the President’s failed policies,” said Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers. “Since President Obama can’t run on his record, he’s resorted to scare tactics to distract and divide women – namely, the so-called 'War on Women,' which is a total myth. The women of America aren’t falling for it. They want real solutions and real leadership. Mitt Romney will provide that leadership.” 

Former Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey said, “Having served with Gov. Romney for four years in Massachusetts, I’m honored to spread his positive vision for America to women throughout the country. During the time he was Governor, women composed half of Gov. Romney's cabinet and many more served as highly-respected, top-level advisers. Looking at Mitt's extraordinary track record supporting women in the workforce, it's clear that whether women choose to work at home, in government or the private sector, Mitt understands and respects the value of each woman's contribution to American prosperity. I’m confident that a Romney presidency would continue to show that same kind of appreciation for the value of women's voices and women's skills to the project of renewing our country.”

“As a mother of six, I’m proud to stand with Mitt in his efforts to restore common sense and fiscal responsibility in Washington,” said author and television host Rachel Campos Duffy. “Under President Obama’s Administration, the national debt has ballooned to almost $16 trillion. That’s a profoundly immoral legacy to leave our children, and it’s why I’m committed to helping Mitt’s campaign defeat President Obama this fall.”

Women for Mitt National Chairwoman

Ann Romney

Women for Mitt National Advisory Board

Condoleezza Rice, Former Secretary of State

Kerry Healey, former Lt. Governor of Massachusetts

Karen Santorum, Mother of 7, attorney, author, and former neonatal intensive care nurse

Callista Gingrich, President, Gingrich Productions

Mary Pawlenty, Former First Lady of Minnesota

Anita Perry, First Lady of Texas

Rachel Campos Duffy, author and television host

Sharon Day, Co-Chair, Republican National Committee

Paula Speers, Co-founder, Health Advances

Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Jovita Carranza, former Vice President of Air Operations for UPS

Supriya Jindal, First Lady of Louisiana and Founder of the Supriya Jindal Foundation for Louisiana's Children

Catherine Reynolds, Chairman of the Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation

Dema Guinn, Former First Lady of Nevada

Aldona Wos, Former Ambassador to Estonia

Women for Mitt Honorary Co-Chairs

Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, Texas

Senator Kelly Ayotte, New Hampshire

Senator Lisa Murkowski, Alaska

Senator Olympia Snowe, Maine

Senator Susan Collins, Maine

Governor Jan Brewer, Arizona

Governor Mary Fallin, Oklahoma

Governor Nikki Haley, South Carolina

Governor Susana Martinez, New Mexico

Lieutenant Governor Becky Skillman, Indiana

Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carroll, Florida

Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey, Alabama

Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, Ohio

Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Wisconsin

Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds, Iowa

Attorney General Pam Bondi, Florida

Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle, New York

Rep. Candice Miller, Michigan

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Washington

Rep. Cynthia M. Lummis, Wyoming

Rep. Diane Black, Tennessee

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington

Rep. Jean Schmidt, Ohio

Rep. Jo Ann Emerson, Missouri

Rep. Judy Biggert, Illinois

Rep. Kay Granger, Texas

Rep. Kristi Noem, South Dakota

Rep. Lynn Jenkins, Kansas

Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee

Rep. Martha Roby, Alabama

Rep. Mary Bono Mack, California

Rep. Michele Bachmann, Minnesota

Rep. Nan Hayworth, New York

Rep. Renee Ellmers, North Carolina

Rep. Sandy Adams, Florida

Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, Wyoming

Rep. Sue Myrick, North Carolina

Rep. Vicky Hartzler, Missouri

Rep. Virginia Foxx, North Carolina

State Senator Alberta Darling, Wisconsin