Edward Lynch (FL-19) Selected To Participate On Prestigious CPAC Immigration Panel
West Palm Beach, FL, February 16, 2010- Congressional candidate Edward Lynch (FL-19) received a prestigious honor last week when a coalition of conservative groups announced that Mr. Lynch was selected to participate on a panel discussing illegal immigration with several other respected authorities on the topic during this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
The invitation is proof positive that Lynch’s efforts throughout his congressional district have attracted national attention, as Lynch is a candidate in the first Congressional election held in 2010, running for a seat that was vacated by Robert Wexler on January 4th of this year.
“I am honored to have been asked to participate on CPAC’s immigration panel in front of influential conservative activists from across the country. For the past two election cycles, our campaign has taken the fight to one of Congress’ most liberal members with a distinctly common-sense conservative approach, and our efforts have not gone unnoticed. We will continue to call broader national attention to our congressional race as we begin to take back OUR Congress,” said Lynch.
Lynch is scheduled to appear February 20th at 12:15 p.m. on a panel including Louisiana Senator David Vitter, former Reagan Administration official and syndicated columnist Linda Chavez, Heritage Foundation Senior Research Fellow Robert Rector, and the panel will be moderated by John Fund of the Wall Street Journal. CPAC is hosted by the American Conservative Union Foundation, the Young America’s Foundation, and Human Events.