Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy will headline the Dorchester County GOP dinner on Saturday, August 19th at the Dorchester Shrine Club in Summerville, South Carolina.
The event, which is open to the public, is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased online or at the door.
Ramaswamy is a former hedge fund manager and venture capitalist who has become a vocal critic of the woke left. He is the author of the bestselling book “Woke Inc.: How Big Business Woke Up and Took Over Our Culture,” which argues that woke ideology is a form of corporate totalitarianism that is destroying free speech and individual liberty.
In a statement, Ramaswamy said he is excited to speak to the Dorchester County GOP and share his vision for a free and prosperous America.
“I believe that the Republican Party is the best hope for restoring our country to greatness,” Ramaswamy said. I’m eager to talk about how we can create a better future for all Americans with the excellent folks of Dorchester County.
The Dorchester County GOP dinner is expected to draw a large crowd of conservative activists. The event is seen as a major opportunity for Ramaswamy to raise his profile and build support for his presidential campaign.
In addition to Ramaswamy, the event will also feature a keynote address by South Carolina Republican Congressman Ralph Norman. Norman is a member of the House Freedom Caucus and is known for his conservative views.
The Dorchester County GOP dinner is one of several events that Ramaswamy is scheduled to attend in South Carolina this weekend. He is also scheduled to hold a meet-and-greet in Charleston on Friday, August 18th and a rally in Greenville on Sunday, August 20th.
Ramaswamy is one of several Republican candidates who are seeking the party’s nomination for president in 2024. The field is expected to be crowded, and it remains to be seen whether Ramaswamy will be able to break through and become a serious contender.
However, his appearance at the Dorchester County GOP dinner is a sign that he is taking his campaign seriously and is making an effort to build support among conservative activists. It will be interesting to see how he fares in South Carolina and whether he can use the state as a springboard for his presidential campaign.