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Lincoln Day Dinner -- Protecting Your Freedoms

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On Friday, June 13, 2014, the Lincoln Day Dinner will be held in Loveland, CO at the Embassy Suites Ballroom. Dinner begins at 5:30, with the evening program, featuring national speaker and one of America’s top authors, David Horowitz, at 7:00.

Why attend the Lincoln Day Dinner? If you like freedom in the United States and want to protect it by getting involved in the 2014 political year, you can help. The Lincoln Day Dinner is a Republican organized event and fundraiser to support elected officials and candidates.

Issues at stake in the 2014 election: legalization of illegal immigrants, getting the US financial house straight after 8 years of out of control spending, protecting churches and faith-based organizations.

David Horowitz is the founder and current president of the think tank “The David Horowitz Freedom Center”, editor of “FrontPage Magazine” and director of “Discover the Networks” a website that tracks individuals and groups on the political left. His parents were members of the Communist Party USA, and he was a former New Left member before turning publicly to conservatism in the mid 1980s.

General admission is $65. VIP Reception tickets are available for $100. “Victory” sponsor tables are also available, which include 10 tickets and a limited number of VIP tickets. Reserve online at: or call the GOP Fort Collins office (10-2 M-F) 970-224-2577.



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