Statewide Summit Meeting begins tomorrow (Saturday)! Will we see you there?

There’s only a little over 24 hours until the beginning of the statewide summit meeting. We’d love for you to come join us Saturday, and hope to see you there!

Details and the registration link below.

If you have trouble registering on a mobile device/tablet, please try a PC or laptop.

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Saturday February 13th – 10:00 AM-4:00 PM


Crowne Plaza Hotel – Downtown
555 E. Canal Street
Richmond, VA 23219


9:00-10:00 Event Registration

10-10:10 Welcome, pledge of allegiance, opening prayer

10:10-10:45 Carol Stopps: Cooperative Legislation Action (CoLA) Updates

The View from the Belly of the Beast – How Things Really Work
Speakers: Newly elected Virginia conservative representatives Senator Amanda Chase and Delegate Nick Freitas

10:45-11:20 Phil Van Cleave, President VCDL: 2nd Amendment/firearms issues

11:20-11:30 Break

11:30-11:55 Congressman Mark Meadows: Cruz Campaign Presentation

11:55-1:00 Blessing/lunch

12:20-12:45 Corey Stewart: Trump Campaign Presentation

12:45-1:10 Patricia Phillips: Carson Campaign Presentation

1:10-1:20 Melody Himel Clarke:

How the Freedom Caucus is Changing the Game for Conservatives and How You Can Help Them In Virginia!

1:20-1:30 Rick Buchanon: The tea party then and now

1:30-2:00 Tim Hannigan: Precinct Organization Development

2:00-2:10 Break

2:10-2:30 Nancy Smith: “Ensuring our Share of the Electorate

Middle Resolution PAC’s 2016 Voter Registration Initiative

2:30-2:50 Reagan George: Intro to WIN-ing elections in Virginia

2:50-3:00 Break

3:00-3:50 Russ Moulton: VA Mass Meetings and Conventions might just pick the next President

3:50-4:00 Break

4:00-4:20 Private Business Meeting – **VTPPF member groups only**

Doors open for general summit event at 9:30 AM.

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