The Democratic Committee of Warren County is proud to announce that our Fall Dinner Fundraiser will take place Saturday, October 20 at Youngsville Firehall. This is the biggest Democratic event in Warren County with lots of games, fun, and top-of-the-line speakers. 2018 is a huge wave election year as we’ll be electing candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Congressional and State Legislative candidates.
This year we have a host of awesome speakers including our keynote speaker, John Fetterman, candidate for Lieutenant Governor, as well as Susan Boser, candidate for Congress in the 15th District, David Henderson, Director for District Council 85 of AFSCME, and Sue Mulvey, candidate for the 50th Senatorial District.
This event is going to be fun for Democrats, but it’s also an important event as it helps fund our campaign efforts for the fall. We want to do everything we can to win so please consider joining us.
The doors open at 5:30 pm with social time followed by the dinner event at 6:00 pm which includes a delicious meal and drinks. If you would like to purchase tickets ($25 each) you can do so here on Eventbrite or please call Aaron Stearns at (814) 730-2541 or email email@example.com.
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