General session keynote speaker.
Legendary National Politician and War Hero
Recognized as one of the most prominent political figures of our time with a distinguished record of service, Bob Dole continues to make a difference in the lives of the American people. Known for his candor and wit, Dole has left his mark in the political arena, especially in Washington, D.C.
Dole's resume includes chairman of the National World War II Memorial, author of two best-selling books on political humor, frequent guest on late night talk shows, two Super Bowl commercial appearances and renowned political commentator ... Dole is part of the American landscape.
Following the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, Dole joined forces with former rival President Bill Clinton to serve as co-chair of the Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund, assisting the educational needs of the families of the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and United Flight 93. In January 2003, he was appointed honorary co-chair of the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation, part of President Bush's USA Freedom Corps.
As the Republican presidential nominee in 1996, he offered himself to Americans as an honorable leader. His candidacy for the White House cemented his reputation as an honest, respected statesman who will long be considered one of the most powerful senators and brilliant legislators of our times. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom as a tribute to his character and contributions to the nation.
Dole's effectiveness as a consensus-builder and his commitment to deficit reduction and economic growth has earned him the admiration of Republicans, Independents and Democrats alike. On issue after issue, Dole is a statesman who has made his mark.
Come listen and learn from this "legendary national politician and war hero."
Monday, Aug. 14, 2006
Charlotte Convention Center Ballroom
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