Campbell County GOP Event Features Fleischmann, Sexton, Yager And Powers

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Published August 19, 2021 

The Tennessee Conservative [By Jason Vaughn] –

On Friday, August 20th, 2021 the Campbell County Republican Party and Campbell County Republican Women’s Club will be hosting their Lincoln Day – Reagan Day Dinner and Live Auction with guest speakers Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, House Speaker Cameron Sexton, Senator Ken Yager and Representative Dennis Powers. 

Tennessee Capitol Building in Nashville

The event will be held on August 20, 2021, at the Ball Farm Event Center. 

Interested parties can purchase tickets HERE

This year’s event features a Keynote Address by Tennessee Speaker of the House Cameron Sexton, along with Special Guests Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, State Senator Ken Yager, and State Representative Dennis Powers. 

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Dinner is prepared by Classy Threads Catering, and also features a Live Auction. 

Dinner Hosts ($1,000 per table) are invited to a reception with the Keynote Speaker and Special Guests at 6 pm. 

Dinner Sponsors are given a prime table location ($500 per table). 

Regular Tables (8 tickets) cost $250, and individual tickets are $35. 

Event Details: 

Lincoln – Reagan Day Dinner & Live Auction 

Date: August 20, 2021 

Time: 6:30PM EDT 


2107 General Carl W Stiner Hwy 

LaFollette, TN  37766 

For additional information, please contact Campbell County Republican Party Chair Zack Walden, Campbell County Republican Women’s Club President Kathy Douglas, or any party officer. 

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About the Author:

Jason Vaughn, Media Coordinator for The Tennessee Conservative  ~ Jason previously worked for a legacy publishing company based in Crossville, TN in a variety of roles through his career.  Most recently, he served as Deputy Directory for their flagship publication. Prior, he was a freelance journalist writing articles that appeared in the Herald Citizen, the Crossville Chronicle and The Oracle among others.  He graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a Bachelor’s in English-Journalism, with minors in Broadcast Journalism and History.  Contact Jason at

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