Columnist : Lincoln Institute

Registration opens for April conference

HARRISBURG (PA) – Laura Ingraham, one of the most widely recognized and widely heard radio talk show hosts in America will be the headline speaker at the 2007 Pennsylvania Leadership Conference to be held April 20, 2007 and April 21, 2007 at the Four Points Sheraton near Harrisburg.

Since 1989 the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference has been the premiere annual gathering of public policy conservatives in the state.  Registration for the 2007 conference opens today at

Laura Ingraham’s radio program is ranked among the top five most listened to radio talk shows in the United States according to Talkers Magazine.  She is heard on over 325 stations and has been hailed by the Washington Post as a major “creative leap forward” in conservative talk radio.  In addition to hosting her own syndicated radio program, Ingraham is frequently seen on cable network television programs and is the author of several best-selling books.

Ingraham will address the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference’s Liberty Dinner on Friday, April 20, 2007.  She will be joined at the speaker’s podium that evening by former Congressman Pat Toomey who now heads the national Club for Growth.  Former U.S. House Speaker and potential Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has been invited to address the conference luncheon.  Various other national and state level speakers will be announced in the coming months.

In addition to speaker, the 2007 Pennsylvania Leadership Conference will feature a variety of panel presentations on critical state and national issues.