Aloha State Republicans will launch their 2018 ticket’s general election campaign with addresses from the party’s national leaders and two major speakers during a dinner Friday, September 21, in Honolulu.

The Constitution Day Dinner at the Hawai’i Convention Center will also serve as a party fundraiser.

“This dinner brings the party together around both the candidates on the Republican ticket and our message of a brighter future for all of Hawaii after over 60 years of failed, one-party rule,” said state Republican Party chairman Shirlene DelaCruz Santiago Ostrov. “The message in the Republican platform in this year’s election is simple: more jobs, bigger pay checks and less taxes.”

Besides special addresses by Republican National Committee chairman Ronna Romney McDaniel and Republican National Committee co-chairman Bob Paduchik, attendees at the dinner will hear from keynote speakers Stephen Moore and Charlie Kirk.

Moore, a frequent writer on the opinion pages of the country’s leading newspapers, was a senior adviser to President Donald J. Trump’s 2016 campaign. His most recent book is “Trumponomics: Inside the America First Plan to Revive our Economy.”

Kirk, a nationally recognized young conservative activist, is a regular Trump surrogate on major TV channels. He is also the founder of Turning Points USA, which has a presence on college campuses across the country, including in Hawaii.

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