Freedom Teams Tour: Midland

About this event

Love Freedom?

So do we! Join FreedomWorks on Monday October 10th, 6-8 PM to learn about FreedomTeams, and how you can get involved!

First 50 attendees will receive a free copy of FreedomWorks’ latest book, America in Perspective!

Heavy Appetizers will be served!

Speakers include Merissa Hamilton, FreedomWorks Grassroots Director; Clara Del Villar ; FreedomWorks director of Senior Initiatives, and Paul Junge Congressional Candidate in the 8th District.

*Registration through Eventbrite is required

10 Oct

When

Add to Calendar 10/10/2022 06:00 pm 10/10/2022 08:00 pm Freedom Teams Tour: Midland Holiday Inn of Midland

October 10, 2022
6pm - 8pm EST


Where
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Holiday Inn of Midland
810 Cinema Drive Midland, MI 48642

Featuring

Paul Junge

Congressional Candidate

Clara Del Villar

Director of Senior Initiatives

Ms. Del Villar is Director of Senior Initiatives at FreedomWorks Foundation. She has a 28-year Financial Industry career as well as entrepreneurial roles in energy, health technology, and digital media industries. She was an advisor for 60Plus Foundation; Founder, CEO of The Hispanic Post, a conservative digital news site profiling U.S. Hispanic business community; Senior Portfolio Manager and VP in Private Asset Management at Neuberger Berman; VP Nomura Securities Capital Markets; VP, Compliance & Ethics at Nortel Networks. Founder of InEnergy Advisory, Managing Director at Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC).

Merissa Hamilton

Grassroots Director

Merissa Hamilton has worked with elected officials at all levels of government on essential reforms to stop bad government in its tracks, protecting individual liberty and personal responsibility. In 2020, she ran for Phoenix mayor, resulting in the highest number of votes for a non-incumbent in City history. Merissa previously served as the Chair of the Policing Sub-Committee on the Arizona Legislature’s Ad Committee on Criminal Justice and Director of Constituent Services for Councilman Sal DiCiccio at the City of Phoenix. She co-founded Strong Communities Action with an initiative called EZAZ.org, making civic action easy as pie so that citizens can effectively influence their government with just 15 minutes a week to save their state.