Please join the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance's Advisory Committee in welcoming 2nd District Congressman Bruce Poliquin for a round table policy discussion in Boston on Friday October 20, 2017. Congressman Bruce Poliquin is a third generation Mainer from a big-hearted Franco-American family. After being elected to Congress, Congressman Poliquin was appointed to the House Financial Services Committee where he works on a wide range of issues related to providing oversight of the financial services sector and helping to grow the American economy.
Prior to Congress, Congressman Poliquin started his business career in Chicago and then the City. It was a big adjustment and tough environment for a small town kid from Maine. However, he worked hard and learned what it takes to create jobs and grow an economy.
In 1989, Congressman Poliquin and his high school sweetheart returned home to Maine and got married. They were excited to start their own family back in Maine among family and long-time friends. Their wonderful son, Sam, was born the following year.
As State Treasurer, he advanced fiscal discipline, business common sense, and real solutions to Maine’s serious problems. His goal has been to help build a pro-economic growth climate that creates more jobs, less welfare, more liberty, and better lives for our citizens. He helped lead the successful initiative to better secure the retirement benefits for Maine teachers and state employees while addressing the State’s fiscal crisis.
In Congress, Congressman Poliquin is using his life, business and government experiences to help hard-working businesses grow, create jobs and grow Maine’s economy.
Please join us for an informed conversation with Congressman Bruce Poliquin.
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This lunch is to benefit Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance and no funds will be solicited or received for our speaker or his campaign.
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-Reception with Arizona Senator Jeff Flake.
-Lunch with WSJ Journalist Kimberley Strassel.
-Lunch with Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson.
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-Lunch with FEC Commissioner Lee Goodman.
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-Forum at the Joseph Martin Institute for Law & Society at Stonehill College.
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-Breakfast reception with Dave Andelman, CEO of Phantom Gourmet.
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