Putnam County Republican Women 7-4-16
5th District Fall Meeting 2016
5th and 6th Districts host NFRW campaign RV, Rosie event.
Ladies of Missouri Federation of Republican Women
2015 Breckenridge Scholars at Missouri Supreme Court
NFRW State Awards Ceremony
4th District Fall Meeting
Legislative Day at the Capitol 2016
MoFRW / MRP Tent at the 2016 State Fair

2017 Lincoln Days - Springfield, MO

Be sure to sign up for the MoFRW luncheon and stop by our information table. I look forward to seeing everyone!
Angie Stiffler   MoFRW President

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Learn more about the upcoming meetings for each of the MoFRW Districts as well as all of the other  events for the year in this section!


2017 MoFRW Legislative Day

MoFRW's 2017 Legislative Day At The Capitol is Scheduled for March 14. Watch for more details. For more info on Missouri's beautiful Capitol Building, visit This Link: Missouri Capitol



About MoFRW

On February 15, 1930 representatives from the following Republican Women’s Clubs met in St. Louis, Missouri. The group voted to form a federated Republican Women’s State Club and chose Mrs. Grace S. Burlingham as temporary chairman. On May 9, 1930, a committee was appointed to draft a Constitution and Bylaws.
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MoFRW Convention

Watch for more details coming in the near future. Click here for Convention Location


A huge thank-you from the MoFRW to NFRW President, Carrie Almond, who traveled nearly 30,000 miles on the 2016 Destination White House Tour and rallied with tens of thousands of women in 39 states. You made us proud and your hard work paid off.


Congresswoman Mia Love

There's a Place for You at Our Table

Carrie Almond at the Republican Convention

Carrie is the Current NFRW President


MIlitary Image

During the 2016 MoFRW convention the United Federated Republican Women's club displayed a case filled with tiny soldiers. Each attendee was encouraged to take a soldier and place them somewhere in their home or office where it would be a daily reminder to pray for our military.  As a result, the idea came about to collect photographs of these reminders in each MoFRW member’s home. So, we are challenging each MoFRW member to email their own picture to be add to the collection. We will place these pictures on the MoFRW website (www.mofrw.org) and our Instagram and Twitter accounts (#mofrw).

We want to get the hashtag #MoFRWpraysforthemilitary trending in social media. We want to show the world that our organization prays for the men and women who serve our country daily and to encourage others to join us.



Click on map for a larger view of Missouri's Eight Congressional Districts to locate your District.

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Congressional Map


District 1 - 2 Info

District One

District 2

District 3 - 4 Info

District 3

District 4

District 5 - 6 Info

District 5

District 6

District 7 - 8 Info

District 7

District 8