Feb 19
Feb 19, 2019
Vigo County Lincoln Day Dinner
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Contact
Chairman Randy Gentry
(812) 201-3721
Special Guest: John Pence, Senior Advisor, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

It is time for the Vigo GOP annual Lincoln Day Dinner fundraising event. This year brings lots of excitement as the local GOP heads into the City Municipal campaign cycle. The Vigo County Republican Party is honored to host John Pence, Senior Advisor for Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at the Meadows Banquet Center in Terre Haute, Indiana. Get the latest on the Trump / Pence Campaign 2020 with the Nephew of Vice President Mike Pence and Son of Congressman Greg Pence (IN-6). Enjoy a great meal catered by MCL Cafeteria and show support for the local Republican Party. See you at the dinner!

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