SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California Republican Party announced today that Congressman Devin Nunes, a member of the Trump transition team executive committee, will speak at the California Republican Party 2017 Organizing Convention Dinner Banquet on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento.

“As chairman of the Intelligence Committee, California Congressman Devin Nunes is going to play an important role in working with the new Republican-led Congress and White House,” said California Republican Party Chairman Jim Brulte. “America’s relationships in the international community suffered greatly under eight years of Obama Administration policies. We are thrilled that Congressman Nunes can join us to speak about our future.” 

Rep. Nunes was first elected to public office at age 23 as one of California’s youngest community college trustees. He has served as congressman for his home community of Tulare and surrounding areas since 2003 and now serves as Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and as a member of the House Ways and Means Committee. Key issues that Rep. Nunes has focused on in Congress include the California water crisis, national security and intelligence, tax reform, energy, healthcare, federal spending, and transportation.

“I’m excited to join the California Republican Party at its 2017 Organizing Convention in Sacramento,” said Congressman Devin Nunes. “We have a rare opportunity to get some major reforms passed into law in Washington, D.C., but we have a lot of work to do. I’m looking forward to this opportunity to speak to my fellow Californians about our path forward.”

The CRP will provide logistical information and technical specifications for the full convention in the near future, including press credential request information. 

Contact CRP Communications Director Kaitlyn MacGregor with any questions at kmacgregor@cagop.org or 916-448-9496.

 

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