Suwanee, GA— Today, Lynne Homrich was named to the ‘Women to Watch’ list by EPAC—a political action committee started by Congresswoman Elise Stefanik to support Republican women running for Congress. Homrich is one of only 18 candidates nationwide to be recognized. This follows Lynne Homrich headlining an EPAC event in September and news last week that the Homrich campaign was the top fundraiser, among Republicans, in the 7th District for the 3rd Quarter.
Homrich reacted to the announcement by commenting:
“I am honored to be one of the few candidates included on EPAC’s list of ‘Women to Watch’ and want to thank Congresswoman Stefanik for her vision and action to advance women as leaders in the Republican Party. This recognition is proof that our campaign is continuing to gain momentum and has support from across the 7th District, Georgia, and the nation. While this shows the progress our campaign is making we will continue to take our message of ‘results over resistance’ to the people of the 7th District and make sure our communities are represented by someone who shares their values.”
Lynne Homrich worked as an executive in human resources at Home Depot. Homrich also founded She’s a 10, a nonprofit dedicated to building confidence and character in young women and preparing them for leadership roles. Lynne and her husband David have lived in the Atlanta area for 30 years and have raised their four children there.
Visit LynneHomrich.com to learn more about Lynne and her campaign to bring real world experience and common sense to Washington.