Rhea County Republican Party to feature Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales at 2016 Reagan Day Dinner

Following a long tradition of distinguished speakers at their annual gala, the Rhea County Republican Party has landed one of the most influential figures of our time in Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, to keynote their 2016 Reagan Day Dinner.

The 2016 Reagan Day Dinner will be held February 20 at Rhea County High School Auditorium.  Guests can expect a fun-filled evening with an invigorating conservative rally, live music, live auction, and full dinner.  Emcee for the celebration is none other than local celebrity Lebron Purser.

The Rhea County Republican Party encourages everyone to reserve their seats now as tickets are going fast.

About the Keynote, Judge Alberto Gonzales

Appointed by President George W. Bush, Gonzales became the 80th U.S. Attorney General and highest-ranking Hispanic-American ever in the Executive Branch in February of 2005.

During his tenure, Gonzales was considered a key architect in establishing the legal foundations for the war on terror.  In addition to fighting terror, Gonzales is also praised for his work on behalf of children in fighting sexual predators.

Judge Gonzales currently serves as Dean of Belmont University College of Law, in Nashville Tennessee where he currently teaches Constitutional Law, Separation of Powers, National Security Law and First Amendment Law.

Expect Gonzales to rally the crowd with conservative solutions to our country’s problems.

About Rhea County’s Reagan Day Dinner

The Rhea County Republican Party has a rich tradition of luring powerful speakers to Rhea County.  Recent years have seen the Tennessee Senator Dr. Mark Green M.D., U.S. Senator Bob Corker, and the late Fred Thompson.