The American Conservative Union (ACU), host of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), announced the first group of confirmed speakers at the conference scheduled for February 25-28, 2015.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The American Conservative Union (ACU), host of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), announced the first group of confirmed speakers at the conference scheduled for February 25-28, 2015.
“We are honored to announce that conservative talk radio powerhouse Mark Levin, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), and ACU Foundation Chairman Carly Fiorina will deliver remarks at CPAC 2015,” said ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp. “These three conservative leaders reflect our desire to ensure that CPAC 2015 represents conservative policies that highlight the importance of free markets, national security, and traditional cultural standards."
"Ronald Reagan delivered one of his most important speeches at CPAC, uniting conservatives and ultimately restoring our country's greatness. This CPAC will be decisive," Mark Levin stated, "I've been asked by the American Conservative Union to explain why our principles are just as important today as they were at our Founding. We must get this right."
“I am honored to be speaking at the American Conservative Union’s CPAC conference in 2015.” Senator Ted Cruz stated, “ACU is bringing together the brightest conservative leaders and activists at CPAC to focus attention on restoring America and protecting our Constitution. This event promises to be one of the best CPAC’s ever.”
"The recent midterm elections reflect Americans' desire for conservative policy solutions that will restore America's standing after years of liberalism's failed policies and cynicism.” Carly Fiorina stated, “The Left has wasted America's time with its so-called war-on-women for long enough. Conservatives will focus on lifting up all Americans, revitalizing the innovation and growth engines of our economy and providing opportunities for every American. CPAC 2015 will bring conservatives together as never before for a national conversation on how to best meet the challenges we face."