2018 Annual Dinner

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Florida’s Conservative Dinner Event of the Year
 

Florida Family Policy Council’s 13th Annual Policy Dinner
& GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

“Together for Florida”

Featuring
 
Dr. Frank Luntz
FOX News political analyst

AND

Congressman Ron DeSantis
Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam
2018 GOP Gubernatorial Candidates
  
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Saturday, May 5, 2018 – 6:00pm
Rosen Centre Hotel, 9840 International Drive, Orlando, FL

This year our dinner will feature a special candidate forum with Florida’s leading GOP candidates for Governor. Dr. Frank Luntz, Fox News Political Analyst and world-reknowned pollster will be moderating the forum.

The officially announced candidates for governor, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and Congressman Ron DeSantis, have confirmed for this event and have agreed to participate in the forum. All other major GOP candidates who join the race will be immediately extended an invitation to participate. (Candidate participation criteria for this event can be found here)

You won’t want to miss this important opportunity to hear directly from Florida’s major gubernatorial candidates about what values are most important to them, especially as we approach the primary election.

ONLINE TABLE AND TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED.
Please call the Florida Family Policy Council office to see if tickets are still available. 407-251-5130

 

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Our 2017 Annual Policy Awards dinner theme was “Freedom Worth Fighting For…” featuring keynote speakers Michael Farris, CEO, President, and General Counsel of Alliance Defending Freedom; and Barronelle Stuzman, the owner of Arlene’s Flowers in Washington whose religious liberty case has been appealed to the US Supreme Court.


 

Our 2016 Annual Policy Awards dinner theme was “Some Good Worth Fighting For…” featuring keynote speaker Dr. Ben Carson, a world-renowned surgeon and 2016 presidential candidate.

 

Our 2015 10th Anniversary dinner theme was “We Cannot be Silent,” featuring keynote speaker Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, one of the largest seminaries in the world. Time Magazine has called Dr. Mohler the “Reigning intellectual of the evangelical movement in the U.S.”

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