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MSPC announces blockbuster lineup for 2024 Fall Dinner & Anniversary Gala


Mountain States Policy Center – the region’s largest free market think tank – has announced that former presidential candidate and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott will join former Congressman Trey Gowdy at its Fall Dinner and Anniversary Gala in Boise this fall.


“The chance to bring both Senator Scott and Congressman Gowdy to our state capital just weeks before our national election is an opportunity of a lifetime,” said Chris Cargill, MSPC’s President. “We know their message of unity and patriotism will be well-received.”



Senator Tim Scott has served the people of South Carolina as U.S. Senator since 2013. He is the leading Republican on the Banking Committee and serves on the Senate Foreign Relations committee. He was one of the lead authors of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and helped advance opportunity zones during his time in Congress.


Trey Gowdy is a former federal prosecutor and member of Congress from South Carolina. He currently hosts a television program Sunday evenings on Fox News Channel.

Both Scott and Gowdy are authors. Sen. Scott’s recent publication America, a Redemption Story and Gowdy’s Start, Stay or Leave: The Art of Decision Making will be available at the event for attendees to obtain signed copies.


Mountain States Policy Center’s Spring and Fall Dinners are the largest policy events of their kind in the region, helping raise money to advance free market solutions in Idaho and beyond. Tickets are currently available at mountainstatespolicy.org.


MSPC is a non-profit, non-partisan research center that provides free market solutions to successfully grow the region. It concentrates its work in Idaho, Eastern Washington, Montana and Wyoming – one of the first organizations of its kind to cover multiple states. Our mission is to empower those in the Mountain States to succeed through non-partisan, quality research that promotes free enterprise, individual liberty and limited government.




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