Stockton Republican Women Federated

Club Details

San Joaquin
Club Name
Stockton RWF
PO Box 693643
(120) 991-5688

Members Details

Gina Brown Rishwain
First Vice President
Bernice Nickols
Second Vice President
Carol Lerner
Recording Secretary
Chris Hackett
Pat Pedri
Ways & Means
Gina Brown Rishwain
Membership Chair
Robyn Moore
Gina Brown Rishwain
Newsletter Chair
Gina Brown Rishwain
Carol Lerner
Past President
Chris Hackett
Corresponding Secretary
Joanne Schwartz
Hospitality Chair
Diane Springer
Scholarship Chair -Diane Stauffer
Ann Jordan-Talley

Meeting Place

Meeting day of the month
4th Wednesday of the month
Time of meeting
11:30 Social, 12-1 p.m. Lunch and speaker
Location of meeting
Brookside Country Club
Address where we meet
3603 St. Andrews Drive, Stockton

Brookside Country Club, 3603 St Andrews Dr, Stockton

The Stockton Republican Women Federated club is a group of dynamic women who help foster the ideals of the Republican party. Our main focus is to educate our members on issues and candidates through our monthly general meeting speakers, providing access to conferences and conventions, by working on campaigns, and through personal research. Cultivating informed and persuasive Republican Women is how we contribute to our community and helping elect Republicans in our county, state, and country is what we strive for!

We also give an annual scholarship to a deserving high school senior to help with college expenses. Each year, the Stockton Republican Women presents a fundraising event for our community to be a part of to help raise funds for these scholarships.

We hope you will join our group and attend luncheons on the Fourth Thursday each month at Brookside Country Club. Doors open at 11:30 am and lunch and meeting begin at 12 noon. The $25 lunch includes an informative speaker and Republican fellowship. Call for reservations or questions at 209-887-2457or send an email to our reservation line at Reservations are necessary to confirm we will be able to accommodate you each month.

Republican women’s clubs have existed for at least 100 years. Taking their inspiration from the Republican Platform of 1872, which said: “The Republican Party is mindful of its obligation to the loyal women of America for their noble devotion to the cause of Freedom.” Republican women’s clubs were off and running.

The oldest club on record was founded in Salt Lake City in 1899. The National Federation of Republican Women is a national grassroots political organization composed of 2,000 Clubs in 50 States, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands comprises approximately 50,000 members.