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Presidential Debate this Tuesday part of four day Republican conference

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This Tuesday October 18-21, 2011, the city of Las Vegas, will play host to the Western Republican Leadership Conference (WRLC), which starts with the Republican Presidential debate hosted by CNN at the Venetian Hotel and Casino on Tuesday night, followed by three days of conference meetings and speakers.

The debate will feature Texas governor Rick Perry, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, Pizza chain owner Herman Cain, Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich,

A Welcome Message from WRLC Chairman, Jon Porter

Friends,

This year, Westerners will have an exciting opportunity to host the first Republican Presidential debate in the Western United States, providing us with a distinct and active voice in our 2012 Presidential Election.

The Western Republican Leadership Conference, a four-day event immediately following the October 18th debate, is designed to educate, mobilize, and empower Republicans from our region. Additionally, the WRLC will serve to spotlight the specific issues facing the west and underscore the importance of our Nevada caucus in determining our next Republican Presidential nominee.

On behalf of the WRLC, I am both pleased and proud to announce CNN as official debate host and Las Vegas’ Venetian Resort Hotel as our event host. I look forward to the success of this event and the support of your attendance.

The conference will feature Republican candidates, operatives, leaders, media, and elected officials from the Western Region and throughout the United States. WRLC attendees will have an opportunity to attend a diverse schedule of breakout sessions covering Websites & Social Media, Campaign Strategy, Grassroots Planning, and Outreach.

 

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