On Aug. 20, the Arapahoe County Democratic Party will have its fifth annual Patricia Schroeder Dinner at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center, 7007 S. …
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On Aug. 20, the Arapahoe County
Democratic Party will have its fifth annual Patricia Schroeder
Dinner at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center, 7007 S. Clinton St., in
Greenwood Village. The
silent auction will begin at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 7
p.m. We will be
celebrating the great successes in 2010 and looking ahead to the
elections and the beginning of the 2012 campaign cycle.
In 2010, the Arapahoe County
Democrats became the majority party in Arapahoe County and this
dinner will recognize the outstanding volunteers and activists who
helped us achieve this great accomplishment.
The keynote speech will be
delivered by Senator Michael Bennet. Senator Bennet will address the
contentious climate in Washington, D.C. and how the lack of
compromise has made it difficult for the country to move towards a
better economic climate.
Carol Tombari, author of
Power of the People:
America's New Electricity Choices, will answer the question,
"Energy schmenergy: Why
should you care?" Tombari
will discuss the risks of business as usual in the power sector and
how they can affect us all.
Finally, State Representative and
U.S. Congressional candidate Joe Miklosi will be speaking about his
vision of the American dream and how restoring jobs is the surest
way to solve the country’s economic woes.
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