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Lawrence Reed Speaks on "The Promise of Privatization"

(What it is, who's doing it, why it works, how to do it so it won't fail)

Start Tuesday, October 28, 2014 6:30 PM

End Tuesday, October 28, 2014 8:30 PM

Lawrence Reed will be speaking on "The Promise of Privatization", what it is, who's doing it, why it works, how to do it so it won't fail.

Co-sponsored by: 

The Punta Gorda Tea Party www.pgteaparty.org
Taking Our Country Back http://takingourcountryback.net/
The Republican Executive Committee http://www.ccflgop.com/
The Charlotte County Republican Club http://charlottecountyrepublicanclub.org/
The Port Charlotte Republican Club http://www.pcgopclub.com/
The Burnt Store Republican Club
The West County Republican Club http://www.wccrc.com/index.html
The Peace River Federated Republican Women's Forum http://peaceriverforum.com/

Lawrence Reed's expenses are being generously covered by the James Madison Institute http://www.jamesmadison.org/

Location

Charlotte Harbor Event Center

75 Taylor St.

Punta Gorda, FL 33950

Event Contact

Mark Zehr. Phone: 941-626-9798 Email: markdzehr@gmail.com Site: www.pgteaparty.org

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