Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Our 50th Annual CPPAC is just
a few weeks away...
Register now. 
To:             Our E-Mail Subscribers
From:          State Chairman Michael R. Long
Re:             CPPAC - the 50th Annual Conservative Party Political Action Conference    Jan. 29 - Jan. 30, 2017 at the Radisson Hotel in Albany, NY
Date:           December 28, 2016
With our great victory of the Trump-Pence ticket, the Conservative Party is eagerly preparing for our annual CPPAC and hope that you will be able to attend. This year's lineup of invited speakers is very exciting, here is a peek of whom we expect...
... 4 Members of Congress - Newly elected John Faso and Claudia Tenney along with Congressman Lee Zeldin and Congresswoman Elise Stefanik.   Three new members of the NYS Senate will also join us, Senators Pam Helming, Chris Jacobs and Elaine Phillips and an "old" friend of the Party, former Attorney General Dennis C. Vacco.
All of our speakers motivate our attendees to keep legislators on the right side as they vote on the important issues in the upcoming session. In November, voters will be asked to decide if there should there be a Constitutional Convention -- which we expect to be an extremely controversial subject this year,   We are pleased to announce that Anthony Figliola, an expert on Constitutional Conventions, will address the subject. Of course, some of the Conference favorites, E. J. McMahon, Kathleen Gallagher, Betsy McCaughey, Tom King, Rob Astorino, Harry Wilson, Wendy Long, Marc Molinaro, will also be featured at our 50th Conference.
I hope you plan on attending.
Click here for theregistration form. It is also on our website ( for people to download and print. Please send the link to people you may know who want to be more involved in politics since the election of Donald J. Trump has roused the population into political action.


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