2023 Lincoln Reagan Dinner
Strong Families • Safe Communities • Opportunity for All
April 28, 2023
Safari Texas Ranch – MAP
Enjoy a fantastic evening at the Fort Bend County Republican Party’s premiere fundraising event.
Dinner • Dance
Live Auction • Silent Auction
Fun and Fellowship
VIP Reception: 5:30 pm
Dinner: 7:00 pm
Dance: 9:00 pm
Featuring remarks from these fantastic leaders…
Byron is a graduate of Florida State University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in finance and marketing. Byron’s career led him to Southwest Florida, where he worked in the banking, finance, and insurance industries.
Elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2016, Byron represented Hendry County and east Collier County in the State Capitol. During his tenure in the Florida House, Byron served as the PreK-12 Quality Subcommittee Chair during the 2018-2019 Legislative Session and served as the Insurance & Banking Subcommittee’s Chairman 2019-2020 Legislative Session. While serving in the Florida House, primarily focused on elder affairs, criminal justice reform, and ensuring that each child has access to a world-class education.
Congressman Troy Nehls proudly represents the 22nd Congressional District of Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives. Texas’ 22nd Congressional District includes portions of Fort Bend, Brazoria, and Harris counties. Prior to his election to Congress, Troy served our district for nearly 30 years in law enforcement and served our country 21 years in the US Army Reserve.
In 1994, Troy began his law enforcement service with Fort Bend ISD. He spent the next twenty-six years serving Fort Bend County in various law enforcement roles. From 2004 to 2012, he served two terms as the elected Constable for Ft. Bend County Pct. 4. After two successful terms as Constable, Troy was elected as Fort Bend County Sheriff in 2012. In 2016, Troy was re-elected and completed his second term in December 2020.
Mayra Flores is a former Texas Congresswoman and current Senior Fellow at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Mayra was born and raised in Burgos Tamaulipas, Mexico.
She came legally to the United States at age 6 with the help of her father. Growing up, Mayra worked alongside her parents in the cotton fields in Memphis, Texas to earn extra money for school clothes and supplies.
After graduating high school in San Benito, Texas, Mayra earned a bachelor’s degree from South Texas College.She is a proud U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) wife and a mother.
Dr. Eberle currently hosts the 13-Minute News Hour. As a recognized leader in conservative politics, he has been profiled in both USA Today and Insight Magazine. His opinion pieces have been featured in numerous publications including the Washington Times, Human Events, FoxNews.com, and the Houston Chronicle.
In 2022, Dr. Eberle was elected as the Chairman of the Fort Bend County Republican Party. Through his organizational and leadership skills, Fort Bend County Republicans scored their first countywide election victories since 2016. Fort Bend County is ranked as the most diverse county in the state of Texas, and in the top 3 in the nation. The efforts at turning Fort Bend County have earned Eberle respect and recognition from around the state of Texas.
Delia grew up in a household where neither her father nor her mother voted in elections. Her mother could not vote because she is a legal immigrant from Mexico. Her mother did not become a US Citizen until Delia was in her 20’s. Despite her parents lack of voting involvement she knew that it was vey important to vote and more importantly she knew it was more important to vote Conservative (Republican). Delia is a graduate of Texas A&M University.
Delia is pro life, pro gun, pro marriage between one man and one woman and loves the Lord.
Delia has been involved with the RWCK for over eight years. She has served as Membership Chairman and VP of Programs. Currently she is serving as the President of the Republican Women’s Club of Katy.
The son of a wise, faithful late pastor, Jonathan was inevitably called to pick up and carry the torch of education, inspiration, and liberation.
In October 2019, he founded UCA – Urban Conservatives of America, a faith-based, non-profit organization that is committed to restoring, protecting, and promoting America’s foundational values of Faith, Family, and Freedom in American Urban Communities. Jonathan understands that the depth of the “climate change” in America is spiritual in nature and that for those who have been redeemed and given wisdom, ability, and relatability, it is their responsibility to collectively rise to the occasion to protect the fabric of the greatest nation on earth – The United States of America.
Davis graduated with honors from the University of Houston, the University of Texas at Austin, and most recently Harvard University. Davis has worked for several staunch conservative politicians both in Washington and Texas. She has a demonstrated history of working in public policy, advocacy, and elections at the state and federal level, contributing her innovative approach and leadership skills.
Davis has a unique insight into how the personal becomes political, which she incorporates in all her work including as an advocate for ending the opioid epidemic and as one of the founders of the Fort Bend County Young Republicans. Her biggest goal is to educate and empower conservative ideology in the next generation.
Upon retiring in 2017 from a long career in education, Angela soon found a place working with like-minded conservative women.
Angela currently is serving her second year as President of the Fort Bend Republican Women’s Club.
2024 is going to be more than just an exciting election year for the current and former members of the group. Throughout 2024 the club will be celebrating 50 years of community involvement and leadership in Fort Bend County.
Through his work with IACT, Bijay educates community members about conservative principles, encourages Indo-American participation in politics and elections, and promotes the importance of voting Republican.
Aambar Seth is currently a senior at Ridge Point High School. She has been a member of the varsity girls golf team all four years and was awarded with academic all district each year. As the next generation of leaders arise, it is Aambar’s goal to be an active member of bringing equity to our government.
Aambar has already started composing her pathway of being involved in politics by interning for Congressman Troy Nehls, Trevor Nehls, and State Representative Jacey Jetton. Along with being involved in politics, Aambar aspires to become a corporate attorney.
Ambassador – $10,000
(Priority Registration, 10 VIP Passes, Full-Page Recognition in Program, Event Recognition, 10 Dinner Tickets with Preferred Seating)
Diplomat – $5,000
(Priority Registration, 6 VIP Passes, Half-Page Recognition in Program, Event Recognition, 10 Dinner Tickets with Preferred Seating)
Statesman – $2,500
(4 VIP Passes, Half-Page Recognition in Program, 10 Dinner Tickets with Preferred Seating)
Patriot – $1,500
(2 VIP Passes, Quarter-Page Recognition in Program, 10 Dinner Tickets with Preferred Seating)
Individual VIP – $300
(1 VIP Pass, 1 Dinner Ticket)
Individual – $150
(1 Dinner Ticket)
There will be dinner and dancing and fun for all.
The event is our primary fundraiser for the year, so make plans to attend, and please tell your friends.