2012 Spokane Annual Dinner Event featuring Daniel Hannan and Ed Rollins
Washington Policy Center's 2012 Annual Dinner events in Eastern Washington, with Daniel Hannan and Ed Rollins.
A Warning to America: A member of the European Parliament describes the perils of greater regulation, higher taxes and centralized power
Watch Ed Rollins' speech at the Spokane dinner here.
with keynote speaker (via live simulcast from Bellevue):
Hon. Daniel Hannan, member of the European Union Parliament, columnist for The Daily Telegraph and author of The New Road to Serfdom: A Letter of Warning to America and Why America Must Not Follow Europe. Hannan was awarded the Bastiat Prize for Online Journalism for his Telegraph blog. His stirring speech in the European Parliament on the global financial crisis received over 630,000 YouTube hits in a 24-hour period and won Speech of the Year at the 2009 Spectator Awards.
Live in Spokane:
Ed Rollins, one of the most experienced and insightful political analysts in the nation. Rollins has served four U.S. presidents, including two tours of duty at the White House as Assistant to the President. He was campaign manager for President Ronald Reagan in 1984, and engineered a re-election that carried 49 of 50 states and won more electoral votes than any president in U.S. history. He was also national campaign chair for the presidential campaign of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee in 2008. He played a key role in the 1994 George Nethercutt campaign that defeated former Eastern Washington Congressman and Speaker of the House Tom Foley. Mr. Rollins is currently the Chairman of the Rollins Strategy Group, a communications and crisis management firm with offices in New York and Washington, D.C. Mr. Rollins has been a political analyst for CBS News, NBC News, CNN and currently Fox News. He has appeared regularly on Meet the Press, Face the Nation, This Week, Nightline, Crossfire, Larry King Live, CNN News Makers and many other political programs.
Champion of Freedom Award
Washington Policy Center is pleased to recognize the 32 legislative champions of charter schools in Washington state who helped make the case to reform education and put the issue before our state's citizens this fall, with a special recognition of the four primary sponsors: Sen. Steve Litzow, Sen. Rodney Tom, Rep. Glenn Anderson, Rep. Eric Pettigrew.
|Rep. Eric Pettigrew||Rep. Mark Hargrove|
|Rep. Glenn Anderson||Rep. Paul Harris|
|Rep. Cary Condotta||Rep. Bill Hinkle|
|Rep. Cathy Dahlquist||Rep. Larry Seaquist|
|Rep. Deb Eddy||Rep. Larry Springer|
|Rep. Susan Fagan||Rep. Maureen Walsh|
|Rep. Fred Finn||Rep. J.T. Wilcox|
Rep. Larry Haler
|Rep. Hans Zeiger|
|Sen. Rodney Tom||Sen. Mike Hewitt|
|Sen. Steve Litzow||Sen. Andy Hill|
|Sen. Michael Baumgartner||Sen. Steve Hobbs|
|Sen. Randi Becker||Sen. Jim Kastama|
|Sen. Jerome Delvin||Sen. Curtis King|
|Sen. Doug Ericksen||Former Sen. Cheryl Pflug|
|Sen. Joe Fain||Sen. Tim Sheldon|
|Sen. Brian Hatfield||Sen. Dan Swecker|
Individual Ticket - $70
|Individual for dinner and main reception|
VIP Couple - $300
|Couple for dinner, private reception and photo opportunity with Ed Rollins|
Table Sponsor - $625
|Table of eight for dinner and main reception , complimentary table wine and recognition in dinner program|
VIP Table Sponsor - $750
|Table of eight for dinner and main reception, complimentary wine, recognition in dinner program and two guests for private reception and photo opportunity with Ed Rollins|
|Two Table Sponsor - $1,000||Two tables of eight for dinner and main reception with complimentary table wine plus recognition in dinner program and two guests for private reception and photo opportunity with Ed Rollins|
|Silver Sponsor - $2,000||
Two tables of eight for dinner and main reception with complimentary table wine plus recognition in dinner program and four guests for private reception and photo opportunity with Ed Rollins
|Gold Sponsor - $3,000||Two tables of eight for dinner and main reception with complimentary table wine plus recognition in dinner program, two guests invited to sit at head table, and four guests for private reception and photo opportunity with Ed Rollins|
For more information, please contact Chris Cargill
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