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Las Vegas Conservative Townhall Dinner Meeting
May 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The next dinner of the Las Vegas conservative Townhall Group will be on May 10th, 2023.
Doors Open: 6:00 p.m. Meeting starts at: 7:00 p.m. Dinner service typically starts before 6:30 p.m. Meetings usually end before 8:30 p.m. Requests for special meals must be made 48 hours in advance of the meeting.
Cost*: $45 prepaid via Zelle to [email protected] | Payment at the door is $50 cash. Exact change helpful.
RSVPs required. You can RSVP on the website: LVCTG.org.
We are now on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LVConTH
We are now on Getter https://gettr.com/user/LasVegasConservativeTownhall
E-mail: [email protected]
The Ahern promised there wouldn’t be a live band, so we’ll give them one more chance.
We continue to need volunteers.
Speakers for May 10th
Victoria Seaman, Candidate for Mayor of Las Vegas and current Las
Vegas Ward 2 Councilwoman.
Victoria Seaman was elected in a special election on June 11, 2019, to
complete the term for Ward 2. She won re-election in the primary of June
2022 for another four years with 55 percent of the vote, ending her term
in 2026. She is currently on the Debt Committee, Yucca Mountain
Nuclear Repository Committee, Southern Nevada Water Authority (Alt),
Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition (Alt), Recommending
Committee, and Chair of the Audit Committee. In addition, she is on the
advisory committee of Chamberlin University and a Strategy and
Resource Advisor for the American Melanoma Institute.
Councilwoman Seaman spent one term and two special sessions in the
Nevada State Legislature representing Clark County's Assembly District
34. In the Assembly, she was the Southern Majority Whip, Vice Chair of
the Commerce and Labor Committee, Judiciary, Chair of the HOA sub-
committee and Legislative Operations Committees.
(Photo of David Flippo)
David Flippo: Candidate for U.S. Congress, District 4
David Flippo is a battle-tested American Patriot offering what the people of Nevada need: a Strong Leader who is a problem solver.
Before retiring from his military career in the Air Force, David was a combat commander in charge of over 1,000 Airmen and was responsible for establishing three operating bases inside Iraq during combat operations. Flippo’s final assignment was serving as the Maintenance Operations Squadron Commander and the Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Commander at Eielson AFB in Fairbanks, Alaska, where David was responsible for over 800 Airmen and over 72 combat aircraft.
David Flippo came to Nevada with the leadership skills he had invested a lifetime in building and now owns two small businesses. David is fully aware and engaged in the current struggles faced by small business owners and is ready to listen to and address the issues of inflation, supply chain shortages, wages, and the cost of goods.