PLEASE NOTE UNDER TIMES:
Start time: doors open 6 pm
Meeting Start Time: 6:30 pm
End time: 8;30 pm\
Times are Flexible
Reverand Clyde Bowen
Reverand Bowen is Chairman of the Arizona American African Republican Committee. He is a Community Leader within the Republican Party for many years. He is a true Patriot. Cares about Arizona and the people who live here. He is a State Committeeman, very involved in Arizona politics, and a very sought after speaker around the valley speaking at various Tea Parties, Republican Clubs, etc. He teaches the public about aspects of the Republican party, how to be involved, and why. He will be talking / promoting the upcoming Emancipation Proclamation Observance as well as Black History month.
His Vision for the AAARC is a belief in inclusion and to encourage the people of Arizona to participate in the political process; and their Mission is to educate the citizens of Arizona regarding issues and electing and supporting statesmen. He believes firmly in abiding by the constitution.
When asked the question why are you a Republican, especially a black Republican, he is a little bit offended. He believes this Country to be one of choice, and he chooses to be a Republican of which he is extremely passionate about. Clyde is a Republican and proud of it.
Clyde hasn’t been here to speak in quite a while. As I said, he is very sought after and a very busy individual working to keep our State and our Country Free. You don’t want to miss Rev. Bowen. He will instill in you a strong passion for this Country, and why we fight for it and why we as Republicans must continue to keep up the fight. I think of Reverand Bowen as the Patrick Henry of our time.
Clyde is also an AzGOP Abraham Lincoln Award Winner. Something to definitely be proud of.
I was also informed that January is Human Trafficking Month which is relevant to our past, present and future as Republicans and Rev. Bowen’s speeches.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018, Denny’s Restaurant, 9030 N. Black Canyon Highway, Access Rd, I-17 Dunlap Ave exit.
Please note Meeting Start time is 6:30. People start to come in at 6 pm to order food; meeting starts 6:30-6:40 pm. Give everyone time to get there. Speaker generally starts around 7 pm.
See y’all there!