Join the RNLA Women's Network for a Summer Luncheon
featuring Senator Marsha Blackburn in Washington, DC on July 10th.
Senator Blackburn serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is charged with
consideration of all federal judicial nominations. Additionally, the committee plays a key role in legislation
related to national security, civil liberties, patents and trademarks, and all the rights afforded under the Constitution.
Seating is limited, please reserve your spot today.
Members: $20 / Non-Members: $25 / Regular Table with 10 seats: $200
Event is open to both men and women.
This event is not a fundraiser. RNLA provides opportunities for its members to meet Republican leaders.
Ticket and table sales offset the expenses of holding this event.
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Marsha Blackburn was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2018, and is currently serving her first term representing the state of Tennessee. Before her election to the Senate, Marsha represented Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District.
Marsha began her career in public service in 1995 when she was named executive director of the Tennessee Film, Entertainment, and Music Commission. In 1998, she was elected to the Tennessee State Senate. In the state legislature, she earned a reputation for fiscal responsibility and government accountability by identifying waste and offering realistic solutions to Tennessee’s budget challenges.
In 2002, Marsha was elected to represent the people of Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District based on her record in the state legislature. She brought her Tennessee values to Washington, DC, and became a leader in the fight for small, efficient federal government that is accountable to its citizens. As a Congressman, Marsha was often selected by her colleagues to lead the charge for principled conservativism.
Marsha’s public service is dedicated to promoting opportunities for women and making America a more prosperous place to live. Marsha’s leadership philosophy is based on her experiences in the private sector as a small business woman and author, as well as being a mother and grandmother.
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