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NJGOP Chairman Jay Webber Joining CCGOP at Annual Lincoln Day Dinner

February 18, 2010

Chairman Jay Webber with Gov. Christie & Sen. Kean (Photo: Amanda Brown/The Star-Ledger)

CCGOP Chairman Rick DeMichele is proud to announce that in addition to our special guests, joining Camden County Republicans at our annual Lincoln Day Dinner will be New Jersey Republican State Committee Chairman Jay Webber. Don’t miss your opportunity to talk with Chairman Webber about the State GOP and our new Governor!

Maurice “Mo” Hill, Jon Runyan, and Joe Rullo have all confirmed their attendance.  Each will be sharing their thoughts on the issues facing the federal government.Discounted tickets ($150/person) are still available if reserved online prior to February 19, 2010.

Thursday, February 25, 2010
The Mansion at Main Street, Voorhees

Regular Pricing:

$175/person $1,500/table of ten
Please consider sponsoring our effort:

Event Host $1,000
Recognition in the chairman’s remarks at the event
Display ad on the website
Recognition on the Host Board at the event
Two tickets to the event

Event Sponsor $500
Recognition on the Sponsor Board at the event
Two tickets to the event

For more information or to reserve tickets, please visit
To purchase tickets offline, please make checks payable to:  CCGOP, Inc. or Campaign Fund of the Camden County GOP.
And mail the response card available here to:

Lincoln Day 2010
P.O. Box 192
Haddon Heights, NJ 08035

Maximum annual contribution to CCGOP, Inc. is $37,000. Maximum annual contribution to the Campaign Fund of the Camden County GOP 2010 is $5,200 for individuals and corporations, $16,400 for PACs.  Please refer to for more information.

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