Event: Jackson County Missouri Republican Committee Annual Lincoln Day Dinner

The Jackson County Missouri Republican Committee Annual Lincoln Day Dinner & Committee Fundraiser will be held on March 18th.

With the Lincoln Day dinner being a celebration and fundraising event for the Republican Party, Jackson City, Missouri has much to celebrate about.

Being the 2nd largest county in the state of Missouri, Jackson County played an important role in the election of 2016 helping Donald Trump easily win the state by over 500,000 votes.

It is also the first time in State history that all five major seats are held by the Republican Party. Governor, Lt. Governor, State Treasurer, Secretary of State, and Attorney General. Republicans are also the majority in the House and Senate.

Jackson County Missouri Republican Committee Chairman Mark Anthony said that the event is

“PART CELEBRATION OF OUR 2016 SUCCESS, PART HONORING OF OUR 2016 VOLUNTEERS AND PART PREPARATION FOR CONTINUING THE WORK WE HAVE BEGUN, THIS EVENT WILL BE SPECIAL. WE HAVE INVITED ALL OF OUR 2016 STATEWIDE ELECTION WINNERS TO BE WITH US FOR THE COCKTAIL HOUR AND TO SPEAK AT THE DINNER.”

On their Facebook page The Jackson County Missouri Republican Committee stated that

All Donations go directly to covering the costs of but not limited to the following: The Logistical costs of the event, building up and improving the Jackson County Republican Committee infrastructure, the infrastructure includes such things as, Costs of a Full time HQ, operations, materials, recruiting volunteers like campaigners, admin staff, election judges, poll watchers, research, preparing for elections, formulate strategies to better position your candidates.

Your Donations also go to organizing future events some of which are complimentary and fundraisers to continue the ongoing process. The funds also importantly help us to better aid campaigns in all ways such as the costs of signs, literature, phone banking, and recruiting poll watchers, election judges during elections such as the election coming up in 2 years, 4 years, and beyond.

While speaking with James Clark, a political consultant at American Dream Capital & Consulting, he informed me that Juan Pablo Andrade, who was Trump’s top diversity adviser during the campaign, is being sought out as the guest speaker for the event.

“Governor Eric Greitens, Attorney General Josh Hawley and Eric Schmitt Missouri State Treasurer have all been invited but have yet to confirm,” mentioned Clark. “Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has confirmed.”

Prices for the event can be found below. Deadline to purchase tickets in March 15th.

Sponsorship Levels

a) Party Builder Level Sponsorship $10,000 – 4 tickets to the dinner at 6:30 pm and 4 tickets to the VIP Reception at 5:30 pm with statewide winners of the 2016 election. Listed in the program as a Party Builder Level Sponsor.

b) Grand Level Sponsorship $5,000 – 4 tickets to the dinner at 6:30 pm and 4 tickets to the VIP Reception at 5:30 pm with statewide winners of the 2016 election. Listed in the program as a Grand Level Sponsor.

c) Corporate Level Sponsorship $2,000 – 8 tickets to the dinner at 6:30 pm and 2 tickets to the VIP Reception at 5:30 pm with statewide winners of the 2016 election. Listed in the program as a Corporate Level Sponsor.

d) Ambassador Level Sponsorship $250 – 2 tickets to the dinner at 6:30 pm. 2 tickets to the VIP Reception at 5:30 pm with statewide winners of the 2016 election. Listed in the program as an Ambassador Level Sponsor.

e) Republican Party Member $40 – 1 ticket to the dinner at 6:30 pm. Not listed in the program.

f) OPTIONAL $20 sponsorship for one College Republican to attend Jackson County Lincoln Day Dinner.

You can contact James Clark for more information about the event as well as information about American Dream Capital & Consulting.

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