January 17, 2017
WASHINGTON DC – The 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) announced that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) will participate in this February’s conference. Sen. Cruz (ACU Lifetime Rating: 100%) has dedicated himself to reducing the role of government in American’s lives and continues to be at the forefront of the fight to repeal and replace Obamacare. CPAC 2017 will be held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center at the National Harbor in Maryland, February 22nd through the 25th.
CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp said, “Sen. Ted Cruz has never been afraid to stand up for our conservative values. The thousands of grassroots activists who attend CPAC appreciate Sen. Cruz’s steadfast dedication to the conservative movement. His principled remarks will remind conservatives of what’s at stake and his message will resonate with the millions of conservatives across America who tune into our event,” said Schlapp.
Sen. Cruz said, “CPAC 2017 is going to be one for the history books as conservatives gather not only in fellowship over our shared values, but in celebration of Republican victories across Congress and the White House. Incredible opportunities lie ahead for our movement and I am thrilled to once again be part of this gathering of young patriots from across the country who work tirelessly to promote and defend the conservative principles that are the key to creating opportunity for all,” said Sen. Cruz.
Sen. Cruz first addressed CPAC before he was elected to the U.S. Senate. In his first appearance, he introduced another political novice making his first political speech, then-businessman Donald Trump.
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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