Cobb County Republican Party Chairman
and The Cobb GOP Chairman's Council
| Neera Bahl
|| Frank Molesky
| Thomas Cheek
|| Douglas Muzik
| Sue Everhart
|| Josh Roland
| Pat Gartland
|| Chris Waldman
for a Very Special Chairman's Council Event.
Cong. Karen Handel
Cong. Bob and Jeri Barr
S & S Consulting of Georgia
Pamela and Tom Reardon
Donald K. Hill
Bet You Didn't See That One Coming
An Evening with
60th Governor of Maryland
Thursday, April 26, 2018
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
**BUSINESS ATTIRE REQUIRED**
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
COUPLES DINNER TICKET: $140 for two (only one book)
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.
RSVP REQUIRED BY MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2018 by 5:00 PM
Checks can be mailed to the Cobb County Republican Party at
P.O. Box 1232
Marietta, GA 30061
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A REGISTRATION FORM TO PAY BY MAIL
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.