I’m coming to Sioux Falls tomorrow night to help Minnehaha Democratic Forum raise money and raise heck. I invite you to do the same.
Minnehaha Democratic Forum, a longtime sponsor of this blog, is hosting its annual JFK Dinner and Fundraiser tomorrow (Thursday) night, May 25, at the Old Courthouse Museum, 200 West 6th Street in Sioux Falls. The event kicks off at 6 p.m. with a social hour. Buffet meal service begins at 6:45 p.m.; the speakers for the evening will need to load up and clean their plates quickly, because the show begins at 7 p.m.
Representative Kameron Nelson, a Democrat serving his first term representing District 10 in Pierre, will speak first, addressing the role of young people in the Democratic Party. Jamie Smith, former District 15 Representative and last year’s Democratic candidate for Governor, will speak next about the state of the Democratic Party.
And then I’ll stand up and try to add a few meaningful, inspiring, or at least entertaining words (hmm…same as my daily blog mission!). That’s a pretty heavy lift for me, trying to keep up with two great Democratic speakers who actually know how to win elections. But I’ll do all I can to make the evening worth the price of admission.
Oh yeah, the price! Minnehaha Democratic Forum is raising money to help elect “people-first Democratic lawmakers in South Dakota!” Toward that state-saving, nation-saving, planet-saving good cause, tickets are $70—$125 if you bring a date. Bring seven dates (careful!) and you can get a whole table for your octet for $500.
Thursday night, downtown Sioux Falls, speeches from people who care about the future of real liberty in South Dakota, and money going to a vitally important political cause—now that’s a good time! I look forward to seeing you there.