Des Moines, Iowa – Congressman Steve King’s Conservative Principles Conference on Saturday, March 26, 2011 continues to grow with nationally-recognized participants confirming this week. “Iowans will be granted access to some of the best, most respected Conservative leaders in our nation at my conference,” remarked Congressman King.

Designed to begin the process of linking all early states in the nomination process, King’s intention is to coalesce the common Conservative principles the eventual 2012 Republican Presidential nominee must possess.

The Conference focus will be: American Exceptionalism, dismantling big government, the Tea Party movement, media and communications, judicial activism, repeal of ObamaCare, immigration, labor, and other key issues to Conservative voters.

Featured speakers and panelists have been invited due to their Conservative credentials and record, according to King. In addition to keynote speaker Senator Jim DeMint, banquet emcee Iowa GOP Chair Matt Strawn, and previously announced participant Senator Rick Santorum, the program has grown to include:

  • Ambassador John R. Bolton
  • Congresswoman Michele Bachmann
  • Herman Cain
  • Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds
  • Senator Russell Pearce, President of the Arizona Senate
  • Betsy McCaughey (Defend Your Healthcare)
  • Kayne Robinson (NRA)
  • Jan Mickelson (WHO Radio)
  • Dana Loesch (CNN Contributor)
  • Tea Party Patriots
  • FairTax.org
  • NumbersUSA
  • National Organization for Marriage
  • Strong America Now
  • National Right to Work

Additional participants are expected and will be announced in the days to come.

Doors will open at 8:00 am for the Conservative Principles Conference with the program set to begin at 9:00 am. An evening reception begins at 5:00 pm with the banquet starting at 6:00 pm. Events will be held at the Downtown Des Moines Marriott.

Tickets for King’s Conservative Principles Conference and Banquet are available by calling 888-722-4704. More information and tickets are also available by visiting www.conservativeprinciplespac.com.

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