EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, (Fmr.), Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, (Fmr.), Founder of Turning Point USA, Charlie Kirk and Commissioner Ryan Sitton
Dallas, TX ― Guests at the Dallas County Republican Party Reagan Day Dinner will be the first to hear the untold stories about what is really happening in Washington, along with first-hand experiences about the impact of removing regulatory red tape and reforming government bureaucracy to perform for the people on Thursday, March 21, 2019. In addition, the audience will walk away with the latest updates about college campus life in terms of young people defending their freedom of speech and Constitutional rights, along with essential leadership lessons in today’s political environment as Republicans gear up for election 2020.
Dallas County Republican Party Chairwoman Missy Shorey states, “The voters of Dallas County are watching what is going on in Washington, D.C. and are deeply concerned. They are sickened by the rise of socialism Nancy Pelosi and other leftists are forcing on the American people. We are fortunate to hear first-hand about the realities of the “Deep State” from multiple leaders with Cabinet experience. We are excited to learn personal insights regarding important reforms being made in the United States such as reducing burdensome regulations, creating opportunity with 4 million new jobs since the election, achieving historically low unemployment for people of all backgrounds, promoting domestic energy production, and modernizing the military to face today’s security needs – this is the news that is rarely reported and is reshaping America and Dallas County for the better.”
As EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt served as the 14th Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Previously, he served as a member of the Oklahoma Senate and as the Attorney General of Oklahoma. As the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, he was responsible for enforcing environmental statutes, including the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts.
As Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke served as the 52nd United States Secretary of the Interior. Prior to his appointment, he served in the U.S. Navy for 23 years, and became the first U.S. Navy SEAL Commander to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. As the Secretary of the Interior, Zinke led the agency of more than 70,000 employees who oversee the development of conventional and renewable energy supplies on public lands and water.
Top state-wide elected official and Railroad Commissioner, Ryan Sitton serves in the oldest regulatory agency in the state, overseeing the oil and gas industry across Texas. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries. Commissioner Sitton has been recognized as one of the 40 most influential leaders under the age of 40 in the Houston area, and has provided expert testimony in both regulatory and civil court cases.
Charlie Kirk is the Founder and Executive Director of Turning Point USA, a national student movement bolstering conservative principles of free markets and limited government.
Dallas County Republican Party Finance Chairman Doug Deason states, “We are honored to have EPA Administrator Pruitt, Secretary Zinke, Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA, and Commissioner Ryan Sitton join us as speakers for the 2019 Reagan Day Dinner. Their experience serving at the highest level of government and activism is ushering in a new era of business innovation and freedom that can be felt here in Dallas County and throughout the nation.”
As part of the general Reagan Day Dinner program, the recipient of the Fred Meyer Lifetime Achievement Award will be announced. The Fred Meyer Lifetime Achievement Award is given each year to a member of the Republican Party who has made significant contributions to the GOP in local, state, and national elections.
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