Franklin County Republicans: Spicer to highlight annual dinner

Sean Spicer, former Trump administration press secretary and Newsmax television host, will speak to county Republicans during the local party’s Eisenhower Dinner fundraiser next month.

Sean Spicer

Spicer’s political career began long before the former White House Press Secretary made his mark as one of the most recognized staffers in the Trump administration. He built a decades-long career in Republican politics, witnessing and shaping the inner workings of Washington, DC, from every vantage point.

He made his way up through the ranks and has experience at every level in Washington. Few are as well-equipped as Spicer to pull back the curtain and dissect what’s really happening in the nation’s capital. Spicer now hosts “Spicer and Company” on NEWSMAX TV, the fastest growing conservative TV outlet in the nation.  

His experience includes:

  • A House of Representatives communicator, 
  • heading up incumbent retention at the National Republican Congressional Committee, 
  • in George W. Bush’s White House as Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, 
  • as the Chief Strategist and Director of Communications at the Republican National Committee, 
  • top advisor to presidential campaigns, 
  • White House Press Secretary. 

Eisenhower Dinner details

Tickets to the annual fundraiser are available at the Franklin County Republican Headquarters, at 1931 Philadelphia Ave., in Chambersburg at $65 each. Additional information is available by calling Republican Headquarters at 717-263-7999.  

Each person in attendance will get a copy of Spicer’s book, Radical Nation.

The event takes place from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, at Green Grove Gardens Events Center in Greencastle.

As an additional promotion, anyone buying a ticket to the Franklin County Party’s annual Pig Roast at the Chambersburg Amvets this month is eligible for a chance to win a free ticket to the Eisenhower dinner and attend the pre-dinner reception to meet and personally greet Spicer. 

Pig Roast tickets are $20 each and are also available at Republican Headquarters.  

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