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Entries in Florida Federation Republican Women (4)


FFRW president on Akin's remarks: "Greatly offended"

Cindy Graves, president of FFRW (center), heads to the podium at a rally for Rep. Col. Allen West (R-Fla.) shown at Graves’ right. At left is Republican National Committee co-chair Sharon Day. (Photo: The US Report/Kay B. Day)

Cindy Graves, president of the Florida Federation of Republican Women, issued a statement about Rep. Todd Akin's remarks about rape and pregnancy from rape.

The official statement included a comparison to a loose cannon Democrat, indicating a level of fury not usually manifested by GOP women:

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Florida GOP Women will roast a celeb, grill would-be senators at conference

The Florida Federation of Republican Women will hold a first-ever celebrity roast as part of their 62nd Annual Board of Directors gathering in Tallahassee at Hotel Duval. The roast won’t be the only first-ever—the group is also sponsoring a debate among the candidates vying for the nomination to oppose a Democrat, Sen. Bill Nelson, in the 2012 General Election.

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Florida women and GOP women nationally gear up for victory 

As Florida’s Republican Primary Date approaches, media make much of the ongoing battle between the two frontrunners vying for the Republican nomination. The rhetoric is often heated and supporters defend their candidates with passion.

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With 2010 in mind, Florida Republican women elect a dynamo as president

by Kay B. Day

Incoming FFRW president Cindy Graves of Jacksonville chatted with Sen. John Thrasher (R-Fla. 8) and Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Board chair Mike Hightower (right) at Thrasher's victory party after the race for Sen. Jim King's successor..At the Florida Federation of Republican Women Convention in Orlando in September, Cindy Graves was installed as the 2010 president of the organization. Graves, who married her high school sweetheart, is a retired PR professional. She says she is “the proud mother of 4 Republicans.” She is the elected Duval County Republican State Committeewoman and has an extensive background in campaigns at all levels. Along with Duval GOP chair Lenny Curry, Graves is co-host of What’s the Buzz?” a popular weekly radio show airing Thursdays at 5 p.m. on ABC 1320 WBOB in NE Florida.  And there's one issue that really gets to her personally.

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