Senator Mike Lee will be keynote speaker at Cache Valley’s Lincoln Day Dinner

Senate Judiciary Committee member Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, questions Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

The Cache County Republican Party is holding its biggest event of the year a few weeks early in order to accommodate Utah’s senior Senator Mike Lee, R-UT.

Sen. Lee is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner on Saturday, February 2nd, starting at 6:00 p.m. at the USU Taggart Student Center Ballroom.

Utah Governor Gary Herbert, as well as legislative representatives from Cache County, will also speak for a few minutes.

POSTER: Lincoln Day Dinner 2019 featuring Sen. Mike Lee

“It doesn’t matter which party you affiliate with politically,” according to Cache GOP Chairman, Chris Booth, “these are our representatives and they represent everyone in Cache County. It’s important for us to engage with them, listen to what they have to say and provide feedback.”

Booth said those attending the event will be able to mingle with representatives before and after the dinner.

Money raised that night, according to Booth, “helps us provide support to Republican candidates for County Council, State Legislators or any other position someone may be running for.”

A silent auction will also be held during the event.

Items to be auctioned include signed memorabilia from President Donald Trump and former President Ronald Reagan.

Booth said they are expecting up to 400 people to attend the event.

Additional information about the 2019 Lincoln Day Dinner and how much it costs to attend is available at

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