MRW elects Maureen Krueger its next president

Moore Republican Women (MRW) announced that Maureen Krueger was elected president of the club at its Nov. 3 meeting.

Pauline Bruno, outgoing president of MRW, said, “As I step down as leader of this amazing organization, I am leaving it in great hands. Maureen has been a significant and active member of MRW for many years, and she has been one of my right-hand people in achieving our many accomplishments. She is smart, tough and knowledgeable, and she will be an awesome servant leader as we continue to make MRW a force in preserving conservative Republican principles and electing conservatives at every level of government.”

Krueger is a former district attorney for Moore County, retiring after 14 years in 2019 to start her own law firm. She has held leadership positions with the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women, where she is currently membership chair and has been integrally involved in the Moore County Republican Party. She also currently co-hosts (with JD Zumwalt) a show on WEEB radio, Sunday afternoons at 1 p.m., that discusses local issues.

Krueger states: “I am truly humbled to be chosen to lead Moore Republican Women. It’s a great organization, bringing together Republicans with diverse backgrounds who all share conservative ideals and are actively involved in promoting them. We have some mighty challenges ahead of us, including pushing back against woke culture and electing our members of Congress, Senator, judges and other key conservatives to important political positions in 2022. MRW is truly the heart and soul of conservative politics, and all conservatives are welcome here.”

Krueger will officially be installed at the club’s December meeting.

Moore Republican Women is the largest Republican women’s club in North Carolina, with more than 350 members. In conjunction with the Moore Republican Men’s Club and the Moore County GOP, the group is a leading advocate for conservative Republican principles and a strong force in getting conservatives elected in Moore County, the state of North Carolina, and in national elections.

MRW was recently honored to receive three prestigious national awards from the National Federation of Republican Women for its work in fighting Critical Race Theory in our schools, reaching out to honor and help veterans and law enforcement personnel, and other works in the community.

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