February 21, 2017
WASHINGTON DC – The American Conservative Union (ACU) announced today that the Honorable Betsy DeVos and the Honorable Kellyanne Conway will deliver remarks at this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the National Harbor, outside of DC. Betsy DeVos currently serves as the United States Secretary of Education and Kellyanne Conway serves as Counselor to President Donald Trump.
CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp said, “Betsy DeVos has long been a leader on education reform. She has always put children first by giving parents greater freedom to make the best choices for their children,” said Schlapp.
“We are proud to host the first successful female presidential campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway. Kellyanne has been a friend to the American Conservative Union and a leader in the conservative movement for decades,” added Schlapp. “Nobody articulates and defends conservative values more effectively than Kellyanne and we are honored that she will speak from the heart to the thousands of grassroots activists who attend CPAC,” said Schlapp.
CPAC 2017 will be held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at the National Harbor in Maryland, February 22nd through the 25th. We are pleased to welcome back Kellyanne Conway and Betsy DeVos to the CPAC stage, as this year’s theme is “We the People: Reclaiming America’s Promise.” For more information about CPAC, or to register as an attendee or as media, please visit http://cpac.conservative.org/.
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