Commissioner Ryan Sitton and Allie Stuckey to Speak at Denton County Republican Party’s Lincoln-Reagan Event
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Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton and conservative commentator Allie Stuckey will speak at the Denton County Republican Party’s annual Lincoln-Reagan dinner on Saturday, March, 9, 2019 at the Denton Embassy Suites Hotel. In addition to the keynote speaker, comedian and commentator Evan Sayet, gala banquet attendees will have the added bonus of hearing from these two great Texans.
Ryan Sitton is an inventor, engineer, entrepreneur and a public servant. Ryan and his wife Jennifer built their business, PinnacleART, from the ground up in 2006 and have grown it to more than 900 employees and revenue over $100 million. They are also very active philanthropists in their community. Ryan was elected Texas Railroad Commissioner in 2014. The Railroad Commission has nothing to do with trains – it regulates the strong and vital energy development sector in the Lone Star State. Ryan is an energy expert and is the first engineer elected to the Commission in over 50 years, and brings his real-world leadership and expertise to every aspect of the agency’s operations.
Allie Stuckey is the host of the podcast, “Relatable,” where she breaks down the latest in culture, news and politics from a Christian, conservative perspective. She is a frequent guest on Fox News, a contributing writer for Townhall.com and the author of a new book to be released in the spring of 2020. In 2015, Allie began speaking to college sororities about the importance of voting. What started out as a hobby soon turned into a full-time career, with her blog “The Conservative Millennial” launching her into the political media sphere. Today, in addition to podcasting, writing, and making the occasional satirical video, Allie speaks to colleges and organizations about the importance of Christian and conservative values.
Statewide and local elected officials that will be attending the gala evening include: Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, Congressman Michael Burgess, Congressman Kenny Marchant, State Representative Tan Parker, and State Representative Jared Patterson.
Dinner table sponsorships and individual tickets are available now by phoning 940-383-4446 or by registering online at www.dentongop.org. Individuals or businesses wishing to donate to the live or silent auctions should contact Republican Headquarters at the same phone number.