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Candace Owens, founder of the Blexit movement, will be the featured speaker at an Oakland County Republican Party event
July 24, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Candace Owens to Headline Oakland County Event
Blexit Founder Makes First Michigan Appearance to Speak in Troy
Bloomfield Hills, MI (For immediate release): Candace Owens, founder of the Blexit movement, a campaign to encourage African Americans to abandon the Democratic Party and register as Republicans, will be the featured speaker at an Oakland County Republican Party event to be held July 24, 2019.
Owens is known in conservative circles for her pro-Trump commentary and for criticizing liberal rhetoric regarding structural racism, systemic inequality, and identity politics. She appears frequently in various national media, including as a guest and being a guest host on Fox News. Owens also hosts the “Candace Owens Hour” on PragerU’s YouTube channel.
“An Evening with Candace Owens” will feature general admission tickets that include dinner and with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. on July 24, 2019 at the American Polish Cultural Center located at 2975 East Maple Road, Troy, MI 48083. VIP and theater style seating will also be available. Learn more about tickets and register here www.candaceocrp.eventbrite.com
“We are thrilled to bring Candace Owens to Oakland County,” said Rocky Raczkowski, chair of the Oakland County Republican Party. “She speaks with a different voice and is a strong supporter of President Trump. Her message is powerful! This event will sell out early.”
Media pass requests and other inquiries about “An Evening with Candace Owens” may be addressed to Meshawn Maddock by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 248-866-2631.
“You can’t ban common sense. You can’t impeach someone you don’t like. And you don’t win by losing.” said Owens. “Conservatism is about growing up.”
The Washington Post noted that to attract minority voters, Blexit is a “flashier, millennial, made-for-social-media edition. It uses Twitter instead of buses…”