After we celebrate our country’s birthday in parades on Tuesday, feel free to join me at The Leadership Institute’s 46th National Fourth of July Conservative Soiree. This annual event is hosted by the Virginia legend himself, Morton Blackwell. I’m honored that Morton has asked me to speak at this renowned event.
Join your local conservative community from Virginia, Maryland, and Capitol Hill for the best family party of the year! Come enjoy free delicious barbeque, a bluegrass band, patriotic speakers, and fun for the kids.
Who: Virginia Senator Dick Black, Maryland National Committeewoman Nicolee Ambrose, Virginia National Committeeman Morton Blackwell (MC), and local conservatives
When: Tuesday, July 4, 2017, | 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Where: Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville, VA
What: BBQ, ice cream, bluegrass music, a patriotic program, and fun for the kids
Bring: A side dish to share. It’s Soirée tradition!
RSVP: Register for free today!
Parking: RSVP to get your parking pass.
I’m grateful for another birthday for our beloved country. I’m also always excited to applaud Morton’s tireless work in building a training empire, which has trained generations of young conservatives.
In Celebration of Liberty,
Maryland National Committeewoman
Republican National Committee
Paid for and authorized by Nicolee Ambrose.
Dick Black | State Senator, Virginia’s 13th District
Senator Black’s district encompasses both parts of Loudoun and Prince William Counties. Formerly, he represented the 32nd District in Loudoun County, Virginia for eight years in the House of Delegates. He has fought for issues such as lower taxes, limited government, U.S. sovereignty, and the original interpretation of the 1st and 2nd Amendments. Dick is a proud Marine Corps veteran.
Nicolee Ambrose | Maryland National Committeewoman, Republican National Committee
Nicolee Ambrose is a grassroots activist, political commentator, and the statewide elected Republican National Committeewoman for Maryland. She is also a FOX News Radio Political Analyst, and regularly speaks at events throughout Maryland and across the nation. Nicolee attended The Johns Hopkins University, where she received a B.A. in International Relations and now lives in Baltimore with her family.