Tabas Town Hall

Jim Worthington, founder of People4Trump, is excited to present a “Town Hall” conference call with Lawrence Tabas, PA State GOP Chairman. He will give us an update on the political climate, efforts to reelect President Trump in our state, mail in ballots and a GOTV (Get out the Vote Campaign) as well as answer your questions.
You will be able to call in or connect to the call using your computer. You may also submit questions ahead of time by using the link below: or sending an email to infopeople4trump@gmail.com.
We have a limit of 250 attendees for this call, so be sure to call in on time
Call in information:
People4Trump Town Hall with PA GOP Chair Lawrence Tabas
Mon, Apr 6, 2020 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM (EDT)
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A lifelong Republican and acclaimed expert on election law, Lawrence Tabas is known as a leader who stands by the rank-and-file during campaigns with a never-wavering grace and courtesy that has won the Pennsylvania GOP allies at every level of government.
His successful 2016 defense of President Trump against the Jill Stein “recount” effort secured the Trump presidency and prevented a last-ditch effort to steal the commonwealth’s electoral votes for the Hillary Clinton campaign.
As longtime general counsel to the Republican Party of Pennsylvania, Tabas has argued the cases for GOP candidates at the local, state and federal level.
With more than four decades of representing his party and its candidates, Tabas became party chairman on July 13, 2019 at a time the Pennsylvania GOP faced fundraising challenges and endless attacks from liberal institutions and activists
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Tabas is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and earned his law degree at Georgetown University. He lives with his wife, Libby, in Philadelphia.

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