Liz Cheney to headline Chesterfield GOP dinner
Former Vice President Dick Cheney‘s daughter, Liz is scheduled to headline a fundraiser for the Chesterfield County Republican Party this Saturday. Ms. Cheney, is a former State Department official in the Bush Administration and has become a much sought after conservative pundit on national talk shows and on the lecture circuit.
Of course, today her father, the former Vice President was rushed to the hospital after suffering a minor heart attack.
Ms. Cheney has been rumored to be considering a run for public office. The question is, just what office would she run for? The former VP’s daughter lives in Northern Virginia, but keeps close ties to Wyoming, where her father launched his political career. Conservatives who love her, often talk about her running, but they rarely say for what and where.
The details of her appearance in Chesterfield can be found below:
LIZ CHENEY ATTENDS CHESTERFIELD COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE
LINCOLN-REAGAN DAY BANQUET
~ With Special Guest — Adnan Barqawi, Virginia Tech’s current Undergraduate Leader of the Year ~
(Chesterfield)— Liz Cheney will serve as the keynote speaker during the Chesterfield County Republican Committee Lincoln-Reagan Day Banquet held this Saturday, February 27 at Sheraton Park South Hotel.
Ms. Cheney, the daughter of former Republican Vice-President Dick Cheney, is the Chairman of KeepAmericaSafe.com, a non-profit, non-partisan organization designed to provide information to American citizens on critical national security issues and encourage them and their representatives to produce legislation and executive action that enhances the national security of the United States.
“As a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Ms. Cheney has an acute awareness of today’s political environment and the need for citizens to be involved in our national security and interests,” said Donald C. Williams, Chairman of the Chesterfield County Republican Committee.
Adnan Barqawi is Virginia Tech’s current “Undergraduate Leader of the Year” and Former Regimental Commander of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. He was born and raised in Kuwait City, Kuwait and came to the United States in August 2005 to continue his higher education. Adnan was the first middle-eastern, non-military track cadet to command one of the six senior U.S. military colleges. On April 17, 2009, Adnan became a naturalized U.S. citizen and is currently teaching 5th grade math and science in Marianna, Arkansas.
Tickets are $50 per person with Silent Auction and Cocktails at 6:30 p.m. and Dinner at 7:00 p.m. For more information, go to www.chesterfieldgop.com.