To deliver Keynote Remarks at annual Breakfast of York County Action and Conservative Christian Center Saturday, Sept. 30 at County Club of York
U.S. Congressman Scott Perry (PA-R) has been named “Statesman of the Year” by the York County Action and Conservative Christian Center by unanimous vote of their leadership council. The Congressman will accept the award and deliver keynote remarks at the annual “Statesman of the Year” breakfast on Saturday morning, September 30 at the County Club of York, 1400 Country Club Road, York PA 178403. Breakfast ticket purchase, Sponsorship, Program Ads, HERE.
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The breakfast will also be a “Candidate Forum” with all Democratic and Republican Party nominees who are on the November 7 election ballot invited to speak to the gathering (they are asked to email to confirm their request to speak or to simply purchase a breakfast ticket, York@ConservativeChristianCenter.org.
Past “Statesmen of the Year” award winners include U.S. Congressman Lloyd Smucker, State Representatives Will Tallman and Seth Grove, York County Commissioner Chris Reilly.
Congressman Scott Perry has been named one of the best 25 conservative Congressmen in America by Conservative Review, and as the top conservative Congressman in Pennsylvania by Heritage Action.
Ross Cleveland, the South Central PA Coordinator for Conservative Christian Center, said “We are so proud of our Congressman and grateful he has been loyal both to his conservative principles and to the wishes of his district on the issues he faces in Washington. It is impossible to imagine our having a better representative.”
Value Voters Guide for 2017 Election
A “Value Voters Guide” will be released at the annual Statesman of the Year Awards breakfast showing answers to the survey questions asked of candidates for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and other positions on the November election ballot. The guide will also give ratings to the candidates, from “A” for the Best down to “D” for “did not respond”.
The new survey questions for the November election ballot sent to the candidates (using the email and street address which they used to register plus via Community Courier advertising, e-newsletter and media releases such as this one) are HERE (PDF Version; write York@ConservativeChristianCenter.org for a word for windows version if you wish to type your answers).
The “Value Voters Guide” containing the completed survey answers of the candidates will be distributed at Churches in York County after Church services on the two Sundays before the November election, and at polling places on election day. Candidates will be rated from “A” (the best) on their answers down to a “D” for “did not answer.”
Two candidates who won the primary this past May, and who received high scores from the previous “Value Voters” edition – Laura Shue for Recorder of Deeds and Clyde Vedder, candidate for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, have immediately confirmed as speakers at the September 30 breakfast. Both also spoke at the Candidate Forum of York County Action and Conservative Christian Center featuring master of ceremonies, popular radio talk show host Gary Sutton and a standing-room-only crowd on May 5.
Available for Media Interviews:
Ross Cleveland, South Central PA Coordinator Conservative Christian Center, 717/802-2586
Dr. Ken Gibson, York County Action Chairman Emeritus & CCC Advisor, 717/968-5521
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