Other Conservative Groups
Active Republican Women
Contact: Jill Douglas, President
Dinner Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each Month, excluding holidays, at Red Rock Country Club, 2250 Red Springs Drive, Las Vegas.
Active Republican Women of Las Vegas meet the third Thursday of each month at 5:30pm. Their meeting venue is the Red Rock Country Club on Red Springs Drive in Las Vegas. Cost for members is $30 and for non-members is $35.
Active Republican Women brings together women to positively impact the direction of Nevada and the United States. They come together as a collective force to advance the Republican Party and women through political access and participation. Membership is $30 a year.
Active Republican Women are part of the Nevada Federation for Republican Women and the National Federation for Republican Women.
Boulder City Republican Women meets on the third Thursday of each month at 11:30am in the banquet room of the Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino in Henderson. Doors open for these events at 11:00am for socializing and the meeting begins at 11:45am. Members and guests have the opportunity to meet candidates, hear the latest developments in issues and to express ideas to those who serve us. The club is “dark” in June, July and August”.
Boulder City Republican Women is a local club within the Nevada Federation for Republican Women and the National Federation for Republican Women.
The Republican Jewish Coalition was founded in 1985 and is the unique bridge between the Jewish community and Republican decision-makers. The Republican Jewish Coalition, based in Washington, D.C., has a growing grassroots presence around the country, with regional offices in New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, California and a Midwest office based in Chicago. The RJC hosts hundreds of local events in our chapters around the country, provides activism and advocacy opportunities for our members, and engages with the larger Jewish community through traditional media, social media, and digital outreach. The RJC has a Young Leadership program and a National Women’s Committee that provide additional opportunities for networking and activism.
The Republican Jewish Coalition has a highly successful legislative affairs program, ensuring that our issues are heard on Capitol Hill. We lobby and advise leaders from state capitals to the U.S. Capitol.
In addition, the Republican Jewish Coalition Political Action Committee allows us to aggressively engage in political activities across the country and gives us the ability to strongly support, both politically and financially, the candidates who reflect our priorities and principles.
On every level, the Republican Jewish Coalition is committed to building a strong, effective, and respected Jewish Republican voice in Washington and across the country.
The Log Cabin Republicans is the nation’s largest Republican organization dedicated to represent LGBT conservatives and allies. For more than 30 years, they have promoted the fight for equality through state and local chapters, their full-time office in Washington, DC, and through federal and state political action committees.
The club has a local chapter here in Las Vegas.
The Sun City Anthem Republican Club is dedicated to promote the principles and core values of the Republican Party through education, publicity and forums that allow discussion and debate. They also encourage participation in civic duties such as voter registration drives, candidate forums and constituent services.
The club was charted and held its organizational meeting in August of 2011. They meet monthly on the second Saturday of each month at 10:00am in the Delaware Room at Anthem Center. Membership is open to all residents of Sun City Anthem. Dues are $10 per year.
The Republican Women of Las Vegas is Nevada’s first Republican Women’s Club and was founded in 1947. The Republican Women of Las Vegas promotes an informed membership through political education. They also serve to increase the effectiveness of women in government through active participation. Club members continuously work to foster loyalty to the Republican Party and to secure the election of Republican candidates.
The Republican Women of Las Vegas meet the third Wednesday of the month at Lawry’s Steakhouse, 4043 Howard Hughes Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89169. Sign in begins at 11:00am and social begins at 11:30am. Luncheon and presentation starting at noon. Cost for members is $25 and $30 for guests.
The Siena Conservative Club is all about getting involved, electing conservative candidates, streamlining government and making it more accountable. Less government, less taxes and taking more personal responsibility are part of the fundamental principles of The Siena Conservative Club. Their annual dues are $10.
Southern Hills Republican Women
Contact: Janice Sutcliffe,President
Lunch Meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of each Month, excluding holidays,
at Dragonridge Country Club, MacDonalds Highlands in Henderson.
Southern Hills Republican Women meet on the 4th Tuesday of each month at Buckman’s Grill inside the Revere Golf Course in Henderson (2600 Hampton Road). Meetings include socializing and a guest speaker along with lunch.
The club was founded in 2005 and has quickly grown to one of the largest clubs within the Nevada Federation of Republican Women’s organizations, with almost 250 members. They are currently active in politics, legislative issues, community affairs, veteran’s affairs and furthering allegiance to the United States, its customs and institutions.
Annual membership is $25. Luncheons are $25 for members and $30 for guests.
Active Republican Women is part of the Nevada Federation for Republican Women and the National Federation for Republican Women.
The Sun City Summerlin Conservatives Club is dedicated to discussing and educating members about current conservative issues. The club meets on the fourth Thursday of each month. Doors open at 6:00pm and the meeting begins at 6:30pm. Membership is open to Sun City Summerlin residents and annual dues are $5 per year.
Spring Mountain Republican Women
Contact: Tina Brown, President
Lunch Meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each Month, excluding holidays, at Suncoast Hotel, Sunrise Room, 9090 Alta Drive, Las Vegas.
Spring Mountain Republican Women was founded in September of 1995 and meets in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas. They meet to promote an informed electorate through political education and involvement and to increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government through active political participation. The club is “dark” in November and December.
The Spring Mountain Republican Women’s club meets the fourth Thursday of each month at Spiedini Restaurant inside the JW Marriott Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Luncheon doors open at 11:00am. The cost for luncheons is $25 for members.
Nevada Federation of Republican Women
Contact: Janet Freixas
The Nevada Federation of Republican Women is the state federation for Nevada within the National Federation of Republican Women. It was formed in 1961 with three clubs and has grown today to 20 individual clubs and a total of over 1500 members. Since most of Nevada’s local clubs are members of the Nevada Federation, members of the local clubs are automatically members of the Nevada Federation of Republican Women.
The National Federation of Republican Women was founded in 1938. It has grown to become the largest and most influential women’s active grassroots political organization in the United States.
Members of the NFRW work toward;
- Promoting an informed public through political education and activity
- Increasing effectiveness of women in the cause of good government
- Facilitating cooperation among the national, state and club organizations
- Fostering loyalty to the Republican Party and promoting its principles and candidates in all elections.
- Supporting Republican objectives and policies and working to elect Republican candidates.
The NFRW is organized into three levels; (1) the National organization, (2) the state federations, and (3) individual clubs across the country. The state federations are chartered under the auspices of the NRFW, but operate under their own ByLaws. Most local clubs are members of the state federation which includes all the individual clubs in a particular state bound together.