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Mark your calendar: .@Wisdems Founders Day 2014!
« on: February 28, 2014, 04:32:10 PM »



Mark your calendar today!

On Saturday, April 12th Democrats from across the state will gather for our Annual Founders Day Gala. With our sights set on victory this fall, we will take this opportunity to celebrate all of the work we've done so far and look ahead to what will come.

Join us as we welcome special guest and keynote speaker Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley. O’Malley is a true progressive and results-oriented leader. He has a strong record of creating highly-skilled and highly-paid jobs, making critical investments in public education, implementing marriage equality and protecting the environment.

Will will also hear from Senator Tammy Baldwin, Gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke, and other Democratic Leaders.

Founders Day Gala 2014
with keynote address from Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley
Saturday, April 12th
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 North Broadway St, Milwaukee
To purchase tickets, please visit www.wisdems.org/founders

Founders Day is an opportunity for our Democratic Party of Wisconsin family to honor the progressive values that make Wisconsin and our Party great. We hope you'll join us in celebration as we set our sights on a successful 2014.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Julie at (608) 260-2429.
 
Hope to see you there!
Mike Tate
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