Fwd: Congressman Ron Paul to Lead Breakout Session at State Convention

From: Don Z.
Sent on: Thursday, May 17, 2012 7:44 PM


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From: "Chris Elam, Republican Party of Texas" <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Date: May 17, 2012 at 6:11 PM
Subject: Congressman Ron Paul to Lead Breakout Session at State Convention


          Congressman Ron Paul to Lead Breakout Session at the
                 2012 Texas GOP Convention in Fort Worth


    The Republican Party of Texas is pleased to announce that we have
       confirmed Texas Congressman Ron Paul as one of our featured
   speakers at the 2012 Texas GOP Convention. Congressman Paul will be
      leading a breakout session for Convention attendees entitled
   "Uniting Republicans and Balancing the Federal Budget" on Thursday,
         June 7, 2012 at the Fort Worth Convention Center Arena.

     Congressman Ron Paul served several terms in the U.S. House of
   Representatives representing the Texas 22nd Congressional District
   in the late 1970's and early 1980's. In 1997, Dr. Paul returned to
   Congress to represent the Texas 14th Congressional District and has
   served continuously in that seat until announcing his retirement at
      the end of the present term. He serves on the House Financial
      Services Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee. On the
    Financial Services Committee, Rep. Paul serves as the chairman of
     the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology. He
      continues to advocate a dramatic reduction in the size of the
      federal government and a return to constitutional principles.

   Ron Paul is the author of several books, including The Revolution:
    A Manifesto, End the Fed, Liberty Defined, Challenge to Liberty;
     The Case for Gold; and A Republic, If You Can Keep It. Dr. Paul
   served as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force during the 1960's
     before moving to Texas in 1968 to begin his medical practice in
    Brazoria County. He and his wife Carol reside in Lake Jackson and
        are the proud parents of five children and have eighteen
    grandchildren. In 2010, their son Rand Paul was elected as a U.S.
                         Senator from Kentucky.

    [2012-05-dhuff1.jpg] State Chairman Steve Munisteri stated, "I am
    very pleased that we have been able to confirm Congressman Paul's
      appearance at our State Convention. His breakout session will
      undoubtedly be one of the most highly attended special events
    during the three-day Convention and I know many of our delegates
     will be interested in hearing about his principled approach to
     shrinking the size of our federal government from such a major
   national figure in our Party. His breakout session will be open to
        all credentialed attendees in the main convention arena.
   Additionally, I'd like to thank RPT Chairman's Circle member Donald
    Huffines for his help in confirming Congressman Paul's appearance
      at the 2012 Texas GOP convention and the coordination of this

    Breakout sessions are a new component to the agenda for the 2012
       Texas GOP Convention and are available to all credentialed
     convention attendees. There will be two time slots on Thursday
     afternoon for breakout sessions containing multiple topics and
        speakers from which delegates may choose to participate.
       Congressman Paul's session will be one of several sessions
   occurring in the first time slot at 3:45pm on Thursday and will be
    held in the main arena to allow adequate seating for any who wish
                               to attend.

    The RPT will be making future announcements as to the topics and
    speakers for the other breakout sessions. Online registration for
     delegates and alternates is ongoing at the official convention
     website - [2]convention.texasgop.org. Register today to attend!

   All solicitations of funds in connection with this event are by the
         Republican Party of Texas and not by Congressman Paul.
     Paid for by the Republican Party of Texas ([3]www.TexasGOP.org)
     and not authorized by any candidate or candidate‚Äôs committee.

               Thank you to our State Convention Sponsors:



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