Dana Young and Jason Brodeur Set to Shine at GOPAC Event
Two Republicans serving in the Florida House will be featured when GOPAC meets with Emerging Leaders across the nation next week in New York. Rep. Dana Young, R-Tampa, will be one of the co-chairs for GOPACs Emerging Leaders summit and Rep. Jason Brodeur, R-Sanford, has been chosen by GOPAC as one of the 21 Emerging Leaders at the event.
There has never been a more critical time for the Republican Party to ensure we have prepared leaders who can move our party and nation forward, said Frank Donatelli, the chairman of GOPAC. GOPACs Emerging Leaders program provides comprehensive training to guarantee legislators have the short game to implement conservative reforms on the state level and the long game to run for higher office and lead the party for years to come.
Speakers at GOPAC include Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus and former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt who was also U.S. secretary of Health and Human Services. Young is a potential candidate to be selected as lieutenant governor by Gov. Rick Scott.
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