In an exciting announcement, the Alabama Republican Party (ALGOP) has revealed that Kellyanne Conway, a prominent figure in conservative politics, will grace their annual Winter Dinner as the keynote speaker. The much-anticipated event is set to unfold on the evening of February 9, 2024, at the Birmingham Ballroom, located within the elegant Birmingham Sheraton Hotel.
Ms. Conway, renowned for her trailblazing role as the first female campaign manager to lead a successful U.S. presidential campaign, masterminded President Trump’s 2016 election victory. Her strategic acumen and expertise further secured her a key position as a senior advisor in the Trump administration from 2017 to 2020.
Her illustrious career extends beyond her tenure with the Trump campaign. Kellyanne Conway is celebrated as a leading Republican strategist and pollster. Her high-profile client list boasts names like Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, and Senator Marsha Blackburn, underscoring her significant influence and respect within conservative circles.
As one of the country’s most recognized and revered conservative strategists, her presence at the Winter Dinner is a testament to her standing in the political sphere.
The ALGOP has made tickets available for this prestigious event on their website, www.algop.org. In addition to the dinner, the event will offer exclusive sponsorship opportunities. These include a Roundtable session and a VIP Photo Line experience, promising an intimate and engaging experience for attendees. Given the expected high demand, prompt action is encouraged for those interested in securing sponsorships, tables, or individual tickets.
Kellyanne Conway’s participation in the Winter Dinner continues the ALGOP’s tradition of hosting America’s most influential conservative voices. This tradition has seen the likes of Governor Ron DeSantis, President Donald Trump, and Vivek Ramaswamy addressing the Alabama GOP in the past.
This event will not only be a highlight for party members and supporters but will also be accessible to the media.