TALLAHASSEE, FL- Today, the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) announced that Grover Norquist and Matt Schlapp have been added to the growing list of speakers at the 2018 Sunshine Summit in Orlando, FL.
“The Republican Party of Florida is proud to announce another two stellar speakers for this year’s Sunshine Summit, and we look forward to continuing to add dozens more in the upcoming weeks. We are excited for a lineup boasting fearless forward-thinkers and iconic conservative leaders that are moving the needle on conservative principles across the board. Grover and Matt embody the optimism that has made this nation great, and we look forward to their message at the event for conservatives, activists and candidates, alike,” said RPOF Chairman Blaise Ingoglia.
“I am delighted to join an exciting and distinguished lineup of speakers for the RPOF Sunshine Summit. This nation is seeing a renewed confidence in our economy and serious principled tax policy. I look forward to discussing the strength of our economy, a tax plan that makes us once again competitive worldwide and how this will impact the midterm elections,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform.
“I welcome the opportunity to share my message of conservatism and optimism with the great people of Florida at the Sunshine Summit,” said American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp. “Our values are at the core of what this nation was founded on, and protecting those values is at the heart of every conservative.”
Taking place at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, the RPOF Sunshine Summit is a unique two-day event, where Republican statewide candidates will share their vision for Florida and this nation, with more than 1,500 voters, grassroots leaders and party activists. Kicking off June 28 with a nationally televised FOX News Channel Florida Gubernatorial Primary Debate, moderated by Special Report anchor Bret Baier and The Story anchor Martha MacCallum, the Sunshine Summit promises to showcase the best of the best in Florida Republican politics.