Saturday, May 31, 2008

Conservative heavyweights to speak at PA GOP fundraiser

Conservative heavyweights Fred Thompson and Michael Steele will headline the Pennsylvania Republican Party's 2nd Annual Celebrate Pennsylvania Dinner on June 6 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center.

Thompson, a former U.S. Senator and a 2008 presidential candidate, and Steele, chairman of GOPAC and former lieutenant governor of Maryland, will address more than 500 state party members, elected officials and grassroots volu nteers from across the Commonwealth, according to PA GOP Chairman Robert A. Gleason.

(I haven't heard Thompson speak live, but I did catch Steele's speech at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference in April and he is an excellent speaker.)

The discussion will focus on the critical 2008 Presidential Election, and the importance of delivering Pennsylvania's 21 electoral votes to Sen. John McCain, Gleason said.

The dinner will take place in the Chocolate Ballroom in Hershey. Cost per person is $125. (State party members can purchase their ticket for $100 and a table of 10 can be reserved for $900. The cost to attend the VIP Reception is $250.)

For more information or to RSVP, contact Megan Martin at 717-234-4901, ext. 131, or

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I still can't believe Michael Steele didn't get elected. He seems to be very sharp !

Don't forget about Paul Kanjorski on FOXNEWS tonight 8pm. King Porky and Cornerstone WILL BE discussed. I hope they nail him good.