Dick Morris speaking in Medford on Thursday

The Jefferson PAC

NATIONAL POLITICAL STRATAGIST AND FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR DICK MORRIS IN MEDFORD

MEDFORD, OR — The Jefferson PAC is excited to announce that Dick Morris will be doing a one night only show in Medford on Thursday, October 20th. The performance will be at 7:30pm in the Ginger Rogers Craterian Theater. Tickets are still available through the Jefferson PAC’s website, www.jeffpac.com, or calling their offices at 541-864-1401.

Dick Morris is a New York Times Bestselling author, political commentator and election strategist. He has run winning presidential campaigns, in the United States and around the globe, including Russia, Mexico, Argentina, Guyana and Uruguay. Mr. Morris is a regular contributor on Fox New Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity and On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, as well as writing a weekly column for the New York Post.

Mr. Morris serves as president of Vote.com, a website which conducts polls on important public issues and other topics. His wife Eileen McGann works with Mr. Morris on his bestselling books and other political ventures.

Tickets are currently available for the main floor at $40, in the balcony for $30 and VIP meet and greet tickets for $100. This event is being produced by the Jefferson PAC, which is an Oregon political action committee committed to supporting candidates for office who support the principles of Thomas Jefferson and our nation’s founding fathers.

The emcee for the event is AM 1440 morning show host Bill Meyer. State Representative Sal Esquivel, who has represented Medford in the Oregon House of Representative for seven years, will also be speaking. Other elected officials from the region will be in attendance for this one time only event.

 

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