In the 2022 gubernatorial election, Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin, carrying Conservative endorsement, won a higher share of the vote in each of New York’s 62 counties than President Donald Trump won in the 2020 presidential election. Additionally, the Conservative Party helped deliver the U.S. House of Representatives for the incoming GOP Majority and expanded the number of conservative allies in the State Legislature.
Now, it’s time to build on that success.
In 2023, the Party is holding its 55th Annual Conservative Party Political Action Conference (CPPAC). The conference is being held on Sunday, February 5 and Monday, February 6, 2023, at a new location, The Albany Hilton (40 Lodge Street, Albany, NY 12207).
This year’s conference will have an emphasis on training conservative activists with the practical skills needed to make the conservative case in the public marketplace of ideas. It will offer training for conservative-minded individuals who want to win in 2023 and beyond. If you are looking to strengthen your local party and train your committee members (and we hope you are), we encourage you to get them to this year’s CPPAC.
The tentative schedule is available here.
Registration begins at noon on Sunday, February 5, with the last session ending Sunday at 6:00 PM. Monday’s registration opens at 8:30 AM, with sessions beginning at 9:00 AM. Lunch is scheduled for 12:30 PM. The evening concludes with a cocktail reception and dinner featuring Conservative-endorsed legislators, beginning at 6:00 PM.
To attend the conference, complete this form and bring it with you to the registration table. We welcome walk-in registrants. Alternatively, online registration is available here.
HOTEL RESERVATIONS: If you are looking for accommodations, there are still a few rooms left. Please call the Hilton at 1-866-691-1183. The Conservative Party has secured a special block room rate of $139.00. When calling the Hilton, please provide the Conservative Party’s “4CP” registration code. Attendees can also make hotel reservations online.
We’ll see you in Albany!