Wednesday, September 21, 2011

One of Wyoming's major political parties to honor working people at annual dinner

It's too early for a wind-bending quiz  but I have one for you anyway.

Q: Which of America's major political parties is more concerned with creating jobs, extending unemployment benefits and preserving pensions than in continuing tax cuts for millionaires?

The clock is ticking. I'll give you another second.


Here's a clue:
The 2011 Jefferson-Jackson Banquet is set for Saturday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m., at the Outlaw Inn in Rock Springs. 
Click here to learn more and to buy your tickets now
The theme of this year's event will be support for working people everywhere, including organized labor, nonunion workers, and those who are looking for jobs - especially in light of Republican attacks on unions and the unemployed in many states across the nation. 
The Outlaw Inn has offered us a discounted rate of $85 per night. You can reserve your room by calling the Outlaw Inn at 307-362-6623 and asking for the Wyoming Democratic Party rate. 
We are in the process of finalizing the details for our guest speaker for the evening, so check back here for that exciting news when we are ready to make an announcement. Also at the banquet, Wyoming Democratic Party Chairman Chuck Herz will announce the winner of our Party Builder of the Year Award. 
We look forward to seeing you at the Wyoming Democratic Party's annual fall rally as we lay the foundations for victory in 2012. 
Now do you know the answer?

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