Monday, May 9, 2011

Mitt Romney to attend the Faith & Freedom Conference

H/T Jayde Wyatt

Mitt Romney will be joining other confirmed speakers Herman Cain, Donald Trump, Rick Santorum, and Michele Bachmann, at the 2011 Faith & Freedom Conference on June 3-4, in Washington, D.C.

According to the Brody file:
The Brody File has learned that presidential contender Mitt Romney has accepted an invitation to speak at the upcoming Faith and Freedom Conference and Strategy Briefing in Washington DC.
A top strategist for FFC tells The Brody File that Romney will be speaking at the event on Friday June 3rd. This will be the first time during the 2012 presidential cycle that Romney will speak in front of a predominantly conservative Christian audience. This is a BIG event. 
 The rest of the story is HERE.

At this point there is no word on whether Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee, or Tim Pawlenty will be attending the event. I would imagine now that Romney is confirmed at this conference, that other top tier candidates will follow.

Also, I would assume that this means that Romney will be attending the June 13th CNN/WMUR Presidential debate in New Hampshire.



Anonymous said...

IMO, Mr. Romney will do just fine with a predominantly conservative Christian audience.

Revolution 2012 said...

Your right Bos. I can't see the other major candidates taking a pass on this and let Romney have it all to himself. Especially with the NH debate a week or so after.

UNLESS of course, they are not running.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad Romney is attending this event.
Not going won't hurt him, but going may help him.