For 80 years, the Tax Foundation’s annual dinner has been an institution for the tax community’s best, brightest, and most influential. Join us in November of 2017 for our 80th annual Tax Prom, and find out why hundreds of people say this is the tax world’s most celebrated event of the year.
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Michael R. Pence was born in Columbus, Indiana, on June 7, 1959 – one of six children born to Edward and Nancy Pence. Sitting at the feet of his mother and his father, who started a successful convenience store business in their small Indiana town, he was raised to believe in the importance of hard work, faith, and family.
Vice President Pence attended Hanover College, earning his bachelor’s degree in history in 1981. While there, he renewed his Christian faith which remains the driving force in his life. He later attended Indiana University School of Law and met the love of his life, Second Lady Karen Pence.
After graduating, Vice President Pence practiced law, led the Indiana Policy Review Foundation, and began hosting The Mike Pence Show, a syndicated talk radio show and a weekly television public affairs program in Indiana. Along the way he became the proud father to three children, Michael, Charlotte, and Audrey.
The people of East-Central Indiana elected Vice President Pence six times to represent them in Congress, in which he served as Chairman of the House Republican Study Committee and House Republican Conference Chairman.
In 2013, Vice President Pence left the nation’s capital when Hoosiers elected him the 50th Governor of Indiana.
It was Indiana’s success story, Vice President Pence’s record of legislative and executive experience, and his strong family values that prompted President Donald Trump to select Mike Pence as his running mate in July 2016. The American people elected President Donald Trump and Vice President Pence on November 8, 2016 and they assumed office on January 20, 2017.
Per IRS rules, $232 of the ticket price is not tax-deductible.
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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington, D.C. (2 blocks from the Tax Prom host site, the National Building Museum) 700 F St. NW Washington, D.C. 20004
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington, D.C., a National Historic Landmark building located across the street from Capital One Arena (formerly the Verizon Center) and the National Portrait Gallery, is one of the premier historic hotels in the nation’s capital. A block of rooms is available for our Tax Prom guests, at the rate of $319/night. Reservation must be made no later than October 13th.Reserve a Room