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Bet You Didn't See That One Coming: An Evening w/ Gov. Ehrlich

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Cobb County Republican Party
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Join the Cobb County Republican Party for a Very Special Chairman's Council Event to Support the 2018 Cobb Victory Fund.

Bet You Didn't See That Once Coming: An Evening with Robert Ehrlich, 60th Governor of Maryland

Thursday, April 26, 2018
RSVP by MONDAY, APRIL 23
The Georgian Club
100 Galleria Pkwy SE #1700, Atlanta, GA 30339

Chairman's Council Roundtable: 5:00 PM
VIP Sponsors Reception: 6:00 PM
Dinner and Book Signing: 7:00 PM

TABLE SPONSOR: $600 - includes 4 dinner tickets, 4 VIP Reception tickets, and one ticket to the private Roundtable discussion with Governor Ehrlich.

VIP SPONSOR: $300 - includes 2 dinner tickets, 2 VIP Reception tickets.

HOST: $150 - includes 1 dinner ticket and 1 VIP Reception ticket.

DINNER TICKET: $95 a person

Tickets include seated dinner and a copy of Governor Ehrlich's newest book, Bet You Didn't See That One Coming: Obama, Trump, and the End of Washington's Regular Order.

The VIP Reception will include complimentary drinks and a cash bar will be available for dinner.

SEATING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED!

Additional books will be available for sale and signing for $20 each (as supplies last).

ABOUT GOVERNOR ROBERT EHRLICH: Robert Ehrlich was the 60th Governor of Maryland from 2003-2007. Along with his running mate, Michael Steele, Ehrlich beat Maryland Lt. Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, daughter of the late Robert Kennedy, in a hard fought campaign. Prior to serving as Governor, Ehrlich represented Maryland's 2nd Congressional District from 1995-2003. Ehrlich served as the Maryland Chair for Mitt Romney's 2012 Presidential campaign and was a surrogate for Donald Trump's campaign, endorsing Trump in May 2016. Ehrlich campaigned in mostly blue leaning swing-states like Pennsylvania, where he worked to appeal to blue-collar, Reagan Democrats. In addition to his appearances on cable news shows, Ehrlich is a columnist for National Review and The Baltimore Sun. He is also the author of several books including "Turning Point: Picking Up the Pieces After Eight Years of Failed Progressive Policies."