EVANS RECEIVES SECOND CONSECUTIVE REAGAN REPUBLICAN GOLD MEDAL AWARD

EVANS RECEIVES SECOND CONSECUTIVE REAGAN REPUBLICAN GOLD MEDAL AWARD

For the second consecutive year, District 4 Doña Ana County Commissioner D. Kent Evans has been awarded a Ronald Reagan Republican Gold Medal Award.

Bestowed by the National Republican Congressional Committee, the Reagan Award honors Republican elected officials who show unyielding support to the Republican Party, outstanding leadership in business and a commitment to Reagan’s vision for an entrepreneurial America.

The National Republican Congressional Committee asserts that “only an elite group of business and professional people were nominated to receive the award before the selection committee reached a final decision.”

As a Reagan Award winner, Evans will participate in periodic strategy briefings to provide input on economic and tax issues, as well as how to build broad-based support for conservative initiatives within the business community. He also will be permanently listed in the ranks of the Republican Honor Roll at the NRCC headquarters in Washington, D.C.

“Mr. Evans has long supported Republican ideals, like debt reduction and tax reform as they relate to the growth and stability of small business in this country,” said Rep. Tom Reynolds, NRCC Chairman. “I look forward to Mr. Evans’ continued participation as a key member of the National Republican Congressional Committee, and I offer my congratulations on the award.”

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Reporters seeking more information or interviews may call District 4 Doña Ana County Commissioner D. Kent Evans at (505) 644-5061.