Elephant Ears

This blog is dedicated to the political happenings in the Valley and Southwest Virginia. As the the name implies, this blog will have posts based on what is heard by this elephant's (GOPer's) ears. It is also a great treat to get while at the county fair or a carnival.

Monday, May 21, 2007

AFP Event

I just wanted to pass along the lunch Americans For Prosperity is having on June 2nd in Richmond at the Marriott.
I hope everyone can make it, as they have a great lineup and some great ideas as well.
Also, it should be a good holdover between the State Central meeting in the morning and the RPV Gala in the evening (SCC is 10-12, AFP lunch is 11:30-3, Gala begins at 5:30/6:30).
Best of all, its free!

You are cordially invited….
To Americans for Prosperity Foundation’s
Defending the American Dream-Virginia Conference
Saturday, June 2nd * 11:30am until 3:00pm

The Richmond Marriott 500 East Broad Street Richmond , VA 23219
Featuring Guest Speakers:Michael Steele, Former Lt. Governor of Maryland & GOPAC Chairman, Lt. Governor Bill Bolling, AFP-Virginia Chairman Paul Harris, and Other Virginia State Legislators

Please join us for a free lunch and hear from our featured speakers to learn more about what we can do to promote our shared values of limited government, free markets and fiscal restraint.
President Reagan said the American Dream is “the heart and soul of America ; it’s the promise that keeps our nation forever good and generous, a model and hope to the world.”
That is just as true today as it was when President Reagan spoke those words more than two decades ago, but sadly, the American Dream is still under attack. Now is the time to join your fellow taxpayers to ensure that lawmakers hear our free-market message of limited government and lower taxation.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 30th at infova@afphq.org or (804) 622.2578. You may also register online at: www.AFPVA.org.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation is the nation's premier grassroots organization fighting for free-market policies that promote free enterprise and, in a very real way, the pursuit of the American Dream.

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