CPAC 2019 is underway from National Harbor, Maryland. The annual gathering brings out some of the most influential conservative leaders and organizations.
Every year, 2ndVote enjoys the opportunity to catch up with friends and allies that help further our mission such as Susan B. Anthony List, Family Research Council, and The Heritage Foundation. To see the complete list of CPAC sponsors click here.
As with every CPAC, which is hosted by the American Conservative Union (ACU), we meet new companies who sponsor this event. ACU has been a key player in the conservative movement for decades and, through their sponsorships, these companies help enable the advancement of conservative values:
Liberty HealthShare – Liberty HealthShare is a mainstay at CPAC and other conservative events. This “health cost sharing ministry” espouses traditional Judeo-Christian values and is an alternative to left-leaning insurance companies like Blue Cross Blue Shield (1 – Liberal), Aetna (1.4 – Liberal), and UnitedHealth Group (2.1 – Lean Liberal). You can read more about Liberty HealthShare’s values here.
Dragging Canoe – Dragging Canoe is an outdoor retailer start-up based in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. With plans to open in 2020, Dragging Canoe will feature an outdoor activity center with gun ranges, firearm education, horseback riding and more. This company focuses on hiring veterans and is a supporter of the National Rifle Association. Note: We will be sharing more information on this start-up company as it becomes available.
G.I. Tax – With tax return season right around the corner, G.I. Tax is a new competitor in the tax-filing industry. Remember, Intuit (2.1 – Lean Liberal), the creator of TurboTax, is a corporate supporter of Planned Parenthood and H&R Block (1.4 – Liberal) has a history of supporting organizations that promote sanctuary city policies.
The companies and non-profits that sponsor CPAC help the ACU carry out its mission. That means the dollars you spend with these companies are helping to promote our values.
Disclaimer: 2ndVote reports on publicly available information. Due diligence is recommended when it comes to choosing providers of critical services.