We need your help. Young Conservatives for Energy Reform is working to bring about a sensible, "all of the above" energy policy to ensure the national security and economic prosperity for America by helping to empower our country's greatest resource... our young people.
Over 100 people were in attendance Saturday evening at the South Carolina Young Conservatives for Energy Reform Reception with General Rick Zilmer at the Citadel Alumni House in Charleston, South Carolina.
The event was co-sponsored by the South Carolina Young Republicans and the Lowcountry Young Republicans.
General Zilmer with Michele Combs, Billy Simons, Lowcountry YR Chairman and James Gibney, SC YR Chairman at the Charleston event.
Great turnout over 100 people to hear General Zilmer speak about energy reform and national security.
Michele Combs and Young Conservatives for Energy Reform leaders from around the country visited Capitol Hill for a briefing on energy reform.
YCER heard from Rep. Walter Jones (NC-3), Rep. Joe Wilson (SC-2), Rep. Cory Gardner (CO-4), Rep. Rob Whitman (VA-1), former SC Congressman Bob Inglis (SC-4), and staffers from Senator Rob Portman's office (R-OH).
Also speaking to the group was General Richard Zilmer (USMC), who briefed YCER on the relationship between energy security and national security.
Michele Combs and Brian Smith with YCER leaders from around the country at the briefing.
Republican Congressman Walter Jones (NC-3) speaking to the group
The South Carolina Young Conservatives for Energy Reform and the South Carolina Young Republicans are co-hosting an event on Saturday, November 9th at the Citadel Alumni House.
Special guest speaker is General Rick Zilmer who will speak on energy reform and national security.
For more information, please call Michele Combs at 843-343-3377.
The goal of Young Conservatives for Energy Reform is to bring together young professional socially conservative leaders from across the country in grass roots efforts to influence energy reform during this critical election year.