• December 20, 2014

Molly S White republican

Molly has lived in Belton for over four decades. Her respect and admiration for our military grew out of her family life being the daughter of Colonel Robert “Bob” Gosney (ret.) and Jean Gosney. Molly graduated from Belton High School and from the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor. She has been married for almost 25 years to Ronald White, who has worked in the paving and grading business for 30 years. Molly and Ronald proudly have three children and two grandchildren. Their two sons graduated from Texas A&M, and their daughter is currently a nursing student at Temple College. Molly and Ronald attend 3C Cowboy Church in Salado.


As the founder of the nonprofit Women for Life International and as the legislative director for Operation Outcry, Molly has made an impact in both the US and abroad by advocating for the sanctity of life and for the importance of motherhood. Molly has appeared in the media and often speaks at conferences about the devastating psychological and physiological effects abortion has on women, men, and families. Each year, Molly organizes lobbying trips to the United Nations to participate in the UN Commission on the Status of Women. Her activism in Texas has been instrumental in the passage of many pro-life laws including parental consent, Planned Parenthood defunding, mandatory ultrasound screening, and woman’s right to know. For her involvement in the passage of woman’s right to know, Molly was honored with the Face of Courage Award from Texans for Life.


Molly has been a GOP precinct chairman, an election judge, a member of the Central Texas Republican Women’s club, a delegate to the Texas Republican Convention, and a delegate to the Republican National Convention. She has volunteered as a pro-life and women’s health consultant for congressional campaigns and worked on both Bush’s reelection campaign in 2004 and on John McCain’s in 2008.


Molly serves on volunteer state leadership committees with conservative groups like the Liberty Institute, the Texas Eagle Forum, Concerned Women for America, Texas Values, and Texas Right to Life. Molly’s activism has given her the opportunity to interact and work with numerous conservative leaders across the state and country — legislators, ambassadors, and heads of state. Molly has now conducted training seminars on conservatism activism and pro-life advocacy in nine countries.   -Texans for Molly Website


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