CPAC 2024: the most prominent voices of the conservative world meet in DC

Voz Media deployed a comprehensive strategy to keep you informed of everything that happens at the conference in which Trump, Milei, Bukele, Ramaswamy and Gabbard, among others, will participate.

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2024, the most important conservative event in the world, kicks off in Washington DC with a significant presence of prominent national and international political, spiritual and economic leaders. Among the confirmed speakers are politicians such as Donald Trump, Vivek Ramaswamy, Jim Jordan, Tulsi Gabbard, Kristi Noem and Kari Lake, religious leaders, such as Bishop Joseph Strickland, presidents such as Argentine President Javier Milei or the Salvadoran Nayib Bukele and communicators like Steve Bannon, Jack Posobiec or Megyn Kelly. Voice Media has deployed an all encompassing strategy of coverage to bring its audience closer to everything that happens both on stage and behind the scenes at this convention.


Fewer congressmen than ever

The event will take place again at National Harbor, in suburban Maryland, and will run until February 24. On this occasion, "fewer congressmen than ever" will take the floor, as Matt Schlapp, the president of CPAC, explained to Just The News. Something that is not coincidental, but a decision of the organizers, since "if you are not going to do anything with your power, then maybe you will not have time on our stage."

Among those Schlapp and his team have deemed worthy are the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jim Jordan, the president of the National Security Commission, Mark Green Elise Stefanik, chairwoman of the House Republican Convention; Florida Representatives Matt Gaetz, Byron Donalds, Cory Mills and Kat Cammack; Dan Bishop, from North Carolina and Scott Perry, from Pennsylvania. Tommy Tubberville and J. D. Vance will attend from the Senate.

State politicians and civil society activists

The place of the numerous legislators who used to participate in CPAC will be in the hands of state politicians, such as the governor of South Dakota Kristi Noem, as well as conservative attorneys general notable for their fight against Wokism and the defense of freedoms, such as Ken Paxton from Texas and Andrew Bailey, from Missouri. Civil society activists such as Abraham Enríquez, president of the organization Bienvenido, will also participate; Tim Ballard , former CEO of Operation Underground Railroad, an entity dedicated to rescuing minor victims of human trafficking; Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch or Kimberly Fletcher, president of Moms for America, among others. From the world of entertainment, actors Eduardo Verástegui and Savannah Chrisley have a lot to share.

The world of Communication has a strong presence thanks to Steve Bannon, Megyn Kelly, Jack Posobiec, Mark Levin, Todd Starnes, Josh Harnesh, Katie Pavlich, John Solomon and Julio Rosas. From abroad, the president of Argentina, Javier Milei, the president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, the former British prime minister Liz Truss, her compatriot Nigel Farage, the president of the Spanish conservative party VOX, Santiago Abascal, and Jay Aeba, president of the Union of Japanese Conservatives.

Wide deployment of Medium Voice

Voz Media will cover the event with an all inclusive strategy that will incorporate a television studio and numerous professionals led by Karina Yapor, Vanessa Vallejo and Raymond K. Random so that our audience is aware of everything that happens in Washington up to the minute.