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More than 150 attend Lincoln Reagan Dinner

By Barbara Gill

The Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee hosted Congresswoman Kat Cammack and Senator Rick Scott as featured speakers at their Lincoln Reagan Dinner on April 25 with more than 150 attending the event at Advent Christian Village. 

Suwannee Republicans have re-opened Victory Headquarters Downtown Live Oak at 203 East Howard Street (US Hwy 90, the old Jordan Building).  After photos with VIP’s, Senator Scott mingled with the crowd answering questions. 

Congresswoman Cammack stayed late to answer questions, pose for photos and speak with our youth.

Among many issues discussed during the evening was Florida Amendment 4, which if approved would make the right to an abortion a constitutional right. 

Maureen Shilkunas spoke passionately on this issue and encouraged us to VOTE NO on 4! 

Local Republican Chair, Sherri Ortega commented “These events always offer the people of Suwannee County the opportunity to see and hear an articulate presentation of the conservative perspective of current political events.

Scott & Cammack answered questions until the very last person had their time with their elected official.” 

For more information on the important issues facing our Country, like us on Facebook or call 386.219.5458. Local Republicans meet on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30, Live Oak City Hall.

Congresswoman Kat Cammack, far right, with students. -Photo: Barbara Gill

Charles Thomas and Kiah Eubanks. -Photo: Barbara Gill

Senator Rick Scott with Darrell and Stephanie Copeland. -Photo: Barbara Gill

L-R: Andrew Decker, Halford Harris, Sheriff Sam St. John. -Photo: Barbara Gill