October 3, 2012
PHOTO RELEASE: Senator Marco Rubio Delivers Keynote Address at CPAC Colorado
Mobilize Mountain Conservatives
DENVER, CO – The American Conservative Union (ACU) featured Senator Marco Rubio as a keynote speaker at its third regional conference. Senator Rubio gave an eloquent address to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) crowd in Colorado on the importance of this election and the contrast between conservative values and the unsustainable path led by President Obama.
“Our keynote speaker, my friend Senator Marco Rubio, did not disappoint at CPAC Colorado,” said ACU Chairman Al Cardenas. “The darling of the conservative movement once again captivated our activists with riveting remarks about our values and what’s at stake in this election — the heart and soul of America. For all of the right reasons, Senator Rubio represents the next generation of conservative leaders.”
(LINK TO PHOTO, Photo of Sen. Marco Rubio by Grant Miller)
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