The Michigan Conservative Union will host the third-annual Michigan Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) this Saturday.
From their website, MichiganConservativeUnion.com: “We’ll have another great lineup of speakers and panelists; legislators, scholars and grassroots activists alike, all working under the banner of the conservative cause. MI-CPAC will cover a wide range of topics important to the conservative movement in Michigan.”
According to the Eventbrite page, the stated “goal is to put together the top conservative activists [and] leaders with the top conservative academics, think tanks and business leaders for a most excellent day of networking and learning. Our movement has unprecedented width with thousands of great activists, as we saw with more than 60,000 volunteer hours to pass Labor Freedom laws that were signed 12/11/12 and went into effect 3/28/13. We need more depth. More trained leadership. A common measuring stick of what is conservative and what our priorities will be. And we need to strategize.”
Foster Friess, an American investor and Rick Santorum (R-PA) 2012 presidential campaign supporter, is the keynote speaker.
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