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Rick Scott headlining Seminole GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner tonight

U.S. Senate candidate and current Gov. Rick Scott will be in Altamonte Springs Saturday evening for the Seminole County GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner.

The annual fundraiser will be held at the Hilton Inn Orlando-Altamonte Springs, 350 Northlake Blvd, and kick off with a 5:00 pm with a VIP reception followed by the dinner at 6:00 pm.

Those looking to attend will need to snag a ticket from the Seminole GOP, which start at $150 for dinner-only admission or $300 for both the dinner and reception.

The Seminole event is one of a handful of Lincoln Day Dinners to feature Scott since he announced he would challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson early last month.

About a week after he entered the race, he headlined the Pinellas County Republican Party’s April 14 Lincoln Day Dinner. He’s also slated to speak to Hillsborough County Republicans at their annual fundraiser on May 19. He’s drawn some fire for that one, as the event will also feature a raffle with the top prize being a Colt 1911 handgun.

The invitation to the Seminole event is below.

Drew Wilson covers legislative campaigns and fundraising for SaintPetersBlog and FloridaPolitics.com. While at the University of Florida, Wilson was an editor at The Independent Florida Alligator and after graduation, he moved to Los Angeles to cover business deals for The Hollywood Reporter. Before joining Extensive Enterprises, Wilson covered the state economy and Legislature for LobbyTools.

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  1. Say hello to our next Senator… One that gets Results while the (Socialists, Marxists, Progressive, Communist, Collectivists, Obstructionist, Anarchist) Democrats are appalled and complain. Lets celebrate results, lowest black & Hispanic unemployment rate in History, raising property values and wages, highest participation rate, fewest people needing welfare and food stamps, booming economy and tax reductions for all where working people can keep more of their own income.

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