Republican Leaders to Attend Lincoln Club of Placer County Event
Roseville, CA - The Lincoln Club of Placer County is hosting a special event on Monday, June 16 with the Republican leaders of the California State Senate and Assembly.
Republican Senate Leader Bob Huff and Republican Assembly Leader Connie Conway will speak at a reception from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Sun City Roseville's Timber Creek Lodge on Monday, June 16. Tickets are $60 for Lincoln Club members and $100 for non-members. Sponsorships are also available, as is a special VIP reception.
"We are very excited to host these two leaders in our county," said Mary Conkey, Chair of the Lincoln Club of Placer County. "We look forward to hearing about their plans to increase the number of Republicans in the Senate and Assembly in the upcoming November election."
Tickets may be purchased online or by calling Vanessa McCarthy-Olmstead at (916) 541-5071 or email. Payment may be made by check payable to Lincoln Club of Placer County, 1911 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 85, #234, Roseville, CA 95661
The Lincoln Club of Placer County is a Republican organization dedicated to preserving the vision of Republican President Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan.
The first Lincoln Club was founded in 1962 by a group of Republican businesspeople. Since that time, Lincoln Clubs have grown into a statewide network of Republican business and civic leaders committed to electing superior candidates to public office. Lincoln Clubs actively support men and women who are dedicated to promoting the vision of true Republican principles such as protecting individual and property rights and the unfettered exercise of a free market economy.
The Lincoln Club of Placer County's goal is to preserve and protect Republican principles and continue the vision of two of our nation's greatest Presidents, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan. Some of the ways in which these goals can be achieved:
- Encouraging and developing political participation among civic, business and professional men and women in Placer County;
- Recruiting and supporting qualified Republican candidates;
- Keeping Club members abreast of current local, state and national legislative issues.
For more information about the Lincoln Club of Placer County, visit www.democracy.com/LincolnClubofPlacerCounty
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