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NYC Young Republican Monthly Meetup

  • Jul 18, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Join the NYYRC for our next monthly meeting at 7:00pm on Thursday, July 18th, 2013.

Our first speaker, Joe Lhota is a NYC Mayoral Candidate. Joe has held a unique balance of leadership positions in both the public and private sectors. Joe was an integral part of Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s core management team. He was the City’s Budget Director in Mayor Giuliani’s first term and Deputy Mayor for Operations during the second term. In 2011 and 2012 Joe was Chairman and CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Our second speaker is Rich Lowry, who is the editor of National Review, the conservative American magazine of news and opinion. He is a syndicated columnist and political commentator. Lowry's latest book is the polemical biography Lincoln Unbound, which was published in June 2013.

Free Event, Open to the Public.

Traditional Business Attire REQUIRED. No Jeans, Sneakers, Hats, Sweatshirts, etc.

Join us in the pub after the meeting. Cash only.

First event or coming alone? Let us know and we will introduce you around.

Where & When Women's National Republican Club 3 West 51st Street (b/w 5th & 6th) Thursday, July 18th, 2013 | 7:00PM-8:30PM

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  • michael b.

    Please use the opportunity to let every one feel welcome, by acknowledging the person present, regardless of race. If people feel welcome and apart of the movement, then they will always want to come. Michael Barnett

    July 12, 2013

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