RNLA Winter Luncheon with Congressman Mark Meadows

Please join the RNLA for our Winter Luncheon
Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC)

Thursday, Feb. 13th
11:45 A.M.

Capitol Hill Club
300 1st St SE
Washington, D.C., 20003

This is a great opportunity to network
with fellow conservative lawyers and leaders.


Congressman Mark Meadows is in his fourth term in Congress serving North Carolina's Eleventh District since January of 2013. Meadows ran for Congress after a career in business, accumulating nearly 30 years of work experience as a small business owner.

During his time in the House, Rep. Meadows has been a known champion for fiscal responsibility, accountable government, pro-growth economic policies, pro-family and pro-life initiatives, and a strong military. Meadows's office is widely known in North Carolina and on Capitol Hill for providing top notch constituent services—particularly in service of Veterans and military members.

Rep. Meadows has developed a reputation on Capitol Hill as a principled conservative with a unique ability to communicate, negotiate, and find consensus among members with differing opinions. Both Democrats and Republicans alike refer to him as a “great leader,” a “listener,” and someone who “doesn’t back down from a fight.” As a result, in just over 5 years in Washington, Meadows has risen to be one of the most influential Members of Congress—and has been called so in multiple profiles and pieces of political commentary.

In 2015, Meadows co-founded the House Freedom Caucus, an influential group consisting of roughly 40 conservative Members of Congress dedicated to giving a voice to those who feel forgotten by their government. Meadows was elected chairman of the caucus in 2016, serving from 2017-2019 — where under his chairmanship, the Freedom Caucus became one of the most powerful conservative caucuses in the US Congress. Meadows led the group through numerous high profile legislative battles, including healthcare reform and tax reform—and as a result, several commentators have labeled the House Freedom Caucus as, under Meadows’ leadership, a group with “new clout in Washington.” Additionally, Meadows is the former Chairman and  Ranking Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. 

This event is not a fundraiser. 
RNLA provides opportunities for its members to meet and hear from conservative leaders.

February 13, 2020 at 11:45am - 1:15pm
Capitol Hill Club
300 1st St SE
Washington, DC 20003
United States
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