Pamplin Media Group – Republican group hosts burgers and politics

The public can meet local and state lawmakers, candidates, and elected officials during the September 11 political rally

Jefferson County’s Republican Party announces the 16th year of Central Oregon’s premier political meeting, Burgers and Politics. This gathering will honor the victims and survivors of 9/11 as well as the first responders who defied this attack on the nation. The organization recognizes all who continue to honor the country with their patriotic service.

On Saturday, September 11, between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., the Burgers and Politics event will take place at Over the Edge Tap House, 13959 SW Commercial Loop Drive on the Crooked River Ranch.

As at previous burger and politics gatherings, they will reserve a solemn moment of reflection to show their determination never to forget September 11th. Many local Republican elected officials as well as nationwide candidates who threw their hats into the ring for various positions in the 2022 election will be featured. This is an opportunity for the public to meet the men and women who want to make a difference in the country and to ask questions.

This family-friendly get-together provides the community with an opportunity to meet and learn from current elected officials and Republican lawmakers from different parts of the state, including Jefferson, Crook, and Deschutes. Oregon Senator Dennis Linthicum will be the keynote speaker, sharing the victories and challenges the Republican Party is facing across the country, and how each member can have a voice and make a difference.

It will be an informal event with a town hall feeling. Entry and music are free. All food and drinks will be discounted, there will be a raffle and an auction. Kurt Silva will provide music while attendees mingle, mingle and meet like-minded neighbors, officials and candidates.

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