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Gov. Asa Hutchinson Will Address Faith & Freedom Coalition’s “Road to Majority” Policy Conference 2023

DULUTH, Ga. – The Faith & Freedom Coalition today announced special guest Gov. Asa Hutchinson as a Keynote Speaker for its 2023 Road to Majority Policy Conference, the largest public policy gathering of conservative and Christian activists in the nation. Gov. Hutchinson will deliver a keynote address on Friday, June 23, at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C.

Road to Majority will feature over 70 speakers and an estimated 3,000 attendees throughout the weekend. The purpose of the conference is to empower conservative activists to fight for their values at the polls and in the public arena and to equip attendees with the knowledge and connections they need to drive engagement and voter turnout.

Asa Hutchinson served as the 46th governor of the state of Arkansas. In 2018, he was reelected with 65 percent of the vote, having received more votes than any other Republican candidate for governor in the state’s history.

Asa Hutchinson’s time as governor was distinguished by his success in securing over $700 million per year in tax cuts, safeguarding the retirement pay of veterans from state income tax, shrinking the size of state government, creating over 100,000 new jobs, and leading a national initiative to increase computer science education.

The governor’s career in public service began when President Ronald Reagan appointed him as the youngest U.S. Attorney in the nation for the Western District of Arkansas. In 1996, he won election to the first of three consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives.

During Gov. Hutchinson’s third term in Congress, President George W. Bush appointed him to serve as administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration and later as the nation’s first undersecretary of Homeland Security for Border Protection.

Gov. Hutchinson’s experience and wealth of knowledge established him as a national resource, especially in the areas of trade, energy, and national security. He has been invited to the White House numerous times to participate in discussions regarding health care, Medicaid, and education issues facing our nation.

January 10, 2023, marked the end of Gov. Hutchinson’s second term. He is a former chairman of the National Governors Association; co-chair of the Council of Governors; and chairman of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC), Southern States Energy Board (SSEB), and the Southern Regional Education Board.

Gov. Hutchinson grew up on a small farm near Gravette. He is a graduate of Bob Jones University and the University of Arkansas School of Law. He and his wife, Susan, have been married for 49 years and have four children and seven grandchildren. Firm in his faith and practice, and spurred by his love of country, Gov. Hutchinson looks forward to sharing his forward-looking vision of consistent conservative leadership for all Americans.

Gov. Hutchinson, a 2024 presidential candidate, will join previously confirmed speakers President Donald J. Trump, Gov. Ron DeSantis, Vice President Mike Pence, Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, Larry Elder, Jeanine Pirro, and Todd Starnes.

The Faith & Freedom Coalition’s 2023 Road to Majority Policy Conference will be held at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. on June 22-24. 

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