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Republicans Abroad Host Dinner With Former Senator Santorum
Republicans Abroad UK have made the following invitation: Republicans Abroad UK is delighted to be able to host former US Senator Rick Santorum as guest of honour at a special Dinner Tuesday 11th March 2008. 7:15 PM Drinks 7:45 Dinner
Given the interest surrounding the presidential elections, Senator Santorum will be speaking on the subject of 'The Future of America and Liberty and Democracy Around the World'.
As you will all recall, Mr. Santorum served as United States Senator from Pennsylvania from 1995 to 2007 and as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1991 to 1995. As a United States Senator, he was a champion of efforts to counter the threat of radical Islam, to protect victims of religious persecution, and to promote democracy and religious liberty around the world. He founded the Congressional Working Group on Religious Freedom and spearheaded the passage of several key pieces of legislation, including the landmark welfare reform bill, the American Community Renewal Act, a ban on partial-birth abortion, the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act, the Combating Autism Act, the Farmland Preservation Act, the Abandoned Mine Lands Reform Act, the Multi-Employer Pension Reform Act, the Global Aids Authorization Act, Health Savings Accounts, the Syria Accountability Act, and the Iran Freedom Support Act. From 2001 to 2007, he served as Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, where he directed the communications operations of Senate Republicans and was the third-ranking member of the Republican leadership. Throughout his time in Congress, he was known as Washington's leading social conservative.
We will be hosting this event in
The Luncheon Room
East India Club,
16 St James’s Square,
London, SW1Y 4LH.
A bar will be in operation from 7.15 PM, with dinner commencing at 7.45 PM.
Dinner is priced at £50 per ticket, to include three courses, wine with dinner and coffee.
As we are expecting a full room for this event, I would encourage you to RSVP early to Alan Mendoza at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full payment will be required before the event in order to guarantee a place and Alan can advise more on this or on other details when you email him.