DES MOINES, Iowa (July 25, 2023)–Ryan Binkley will join 12 other Republican candidates for president including former President Donald Trump, Governor Ron DeSantis, and former Vice President Mike Pence on July 28 to address hundreds of GOP party leaders during the annual Lincoln Dinner at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines.
Binkley will unveil a bold new vision for America during his time on the stage. “Much of America is disappointed and dissatisfied with the status of our country. We’re in this moment where we’re divided and unhappy,” Binkley told supporters recently. “And so people are connecting to our message that it’s time for us to unite as a party and as a country to solve our biggest problems.”
At Friday’s Lincoln Dinner, the Dallas businessman and pastor will outline his proposals to end healthcare monopolies, secure the border with a comprehensive immigration plan, revitalize our urban communities, and balance the federal budget.
“If the Republican Party is honest with ourselves and we talk about the elephant in the room, Republicans have spent as much money the last 40 years as Democrats, just on different things. It’s time that we change that,” Binkley told a cheering crowd in Florida recently. “I’m putting together a seven-year plan to balance the budget.”
Binkley is co-founder and CEO of the mergers and acquisitions firm Generational Group and co-founder and lead pastor of Create Church, both in the Dallas area. Under Binkley’s leadership, Generational Group has grown to nearly 400 employees through 16 offices in North America and has sold over 8 billion dollars’ worth of businesses.
“It’s time for us to start thinking about the next generation,” Binkley told thousands gathered at a young Republican conference recently. “I actually believe we have to lead a cultural revolution that turns our country back to God and back to each other again.”
After Binkley speaks at one of the most influential events of this election season Friday, he will expand his outreach beyond the 50 counties he’s visited and $1 million in advertising he’s spent in Iowa. Next week, Binkley will share his plans to improve the economy, immigration, health care and education with voters in Wisconsin and New Hampshire.
“It’s time for us to hear a new voice about how to reconcile and unify our country to tackle our biggest challenges,” Binkley told supporters recently. “The people I meet want a common sense solution to our border, a common sense solution to our debt. They want to save money on health care costs. They know we can do better in education. Other candidates are ignoring these critical issues. As we talk about them, everybody’s saying, thank you!”
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