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CPAC Unites the Future of the Conservative Movement



CPAC conferences are the boost young conservatives need to keep the movement going strong. The boundless opportunities to meet and make friends with other like-minded young people encourage the next generations of conservatives to know that they are not alone in their convictions to fight for freedom. You never know who you may meet from other attendees to main stage speakers. With thousands of other conservatives from all parts of the country and even the world in attendance, opportunities abound to start building genuine connections with fellow conservatives and to begin or increase your involvement in the fight to save America.


As a five-time student attendee before I started working at CPAC, I was able to make so many amazing connections and friendships through attending each conference. At CPAC Texas 2021, I was fortunate enough to meet Kari Lake. It was through that first connection and continuing to stay involved that I was invited to join Kari's gubernatorial campaign in Arizona as an intern for the final month before the election. Being able to play even a small role in that campaign was the opportunity of a lifetime, and I am so thankful for the initial connection with Kari that was made possible through my attendance at CPAC. I highly encourage every young conservative that wants to get more involved in the movement to make it a priority to attend CPAC, especially going into this crucial election year.


Tickets for CPAC DC February 21-24, 2024 are on sale now. Student tickets start at $55 and General Registration starts at $95 for a limited time! Visit CPAC.org for more information and to register.


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