By Dan Freedman, Times Union
WASHINGTON | Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, took center stage Thursday as arguably her party’s leading hope to recruit women Republican candidates and win back some suburban women voters who abandoned the GOP in droves in last year’s midterms.
“It’s a problem,” she said at the rollout of her rebranded leadership PAC — E-PAC, with E standing for Elise. “You need more women members to build the bench.”
The PACs new logo states: “Engage, empower, elevate. Electing More Republican Women.”