Today, we join 26 states across the country—both Republican and Democrat—in celebrating Ronald Reagan Day:
Every year, the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project aims to have every governor proclaim February 6 as Ronald Reagan Day in honor of President Reagan’s birthday.
President Reagan worked to restore the American spirit and instill a sense of pride in the nation during a time of great challenge. He worked tirelessly to promote these ideals both at home and abroad. His unique ability to connect with people from all walks of life endeared him to millions of Americans.
During his two terms from 1981 to 1989, President Reagan worked tirelessly to improve the life of all Americans. One of his most successful policies involved his tax cuts, which led to more job growth and reduced inflation. In addition to his economic policies, he is also credited with helping bring an end to the Cold War.
RNLA is proud that its origins are in the “Lawyers for Reagan-Bush” movement:
Led by Bob Horn and with the blessing of Attorney General Ed Meese and RNC Chairman Frank Fahrenkopf, the Republican National Lawyers Association (RNLA) was founded in 1985. It was founded in part to continue the 1984 presidential election’s “Lawyers for Reagan-Bush” effort for which Horn served as Executive Director.
We hope you will join us and Americans across the country in celebrating President Reagan's legacy on what would have been his 112th birthday!
Today we honor President Reagan on what would have been his 112th birthday, or as he would have joked, the 73rd anniversary of his birthday. We miss you every day, sir. pic.twitter.com/JVFu6BXhVg— The Reagan Foundation and Institute (@RonaldReagan) February 6, 2023
Happy Birthday pic.twitter.com/p3YAhjlZPs— Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) February 6, 2023