WE'RE YOU, if you believe in the Constitution and limited government.


Women come to the Republican Party from all walks of life and all backgrounds.


Some of us grew up in the Flathead Valley, some of us are transplants from other parts of Montana, and more than a few of us came to the area from out of state.

Some of us have been Republicans all our lives and some of us have been Republicans for about five minutes!  That is, a lot of us found our way to the Republican Party through our own personal, political journey and civic evolution.

All of us believe in the Constitution and that government of the people, by the people and for the people must, by necessity, have limited powers in order to safeguard our freedoms.


As President Ronald Reagan said in his farewell to the Nation, "I hope we once again have reminded people that man is not free unless government is limited. There's a clear cause and effect here that is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: As government expands, liberty contracts."




We're proud of the FCRW community and like to shine a light on some of our members, past and present.  

New spotlights added each month.


Lyn Bennett

"Local Leader"

   Lyn and her family chose to settle in Montana over twelve years ago. Whitefish is where they call home. Whether she was working for the Clerk of Court’s office, in her first job, or using her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing to practice as a nurse in a variety of settings, service has been a way of life for her and for her family. Lyn’s husband of over 27 years is a retired Naval Officer. Together, they have homeschooled three wonderful daughters.


   Lyn has been an active contributor to the local Republican Party for many years and has served on the board of the Flathead County Republican Women and as President of Glacier Country Pachyderm. Whether teaching her own children or serving as a local leader, Lyn passionately strives to educate the younger generations about American exceptionalism and to encourage people of every generation to claim their rightful heritage as citizens to be heard, active, and involved in government.