Martin O'Malley Hall of Fame 2017

2017 Hall of Fame Banquet

The Dubuque Democrats cordially invite you to our Thirteenth Annual
Hall of Fame Banquet

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Featuring keynote speaker, former Governor of Maryland

Martin O’Malley

Dubuque County Democratic Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the inductees for 2017:
2017 Hall of Fame Inductees

  • Don Vrotsos
  • Rick Baumhover
  • Vicki Krug

Volunteer(s) of the Year

  • Indivisible Dubuque

Ann Michalski Distinguished Service Award

  • To Be Announced

Location: Diamond Jo Casino Banquet Room, 301 Bell St, Dubuque, IA 52001

(You may park on level 2 of the parking garage and enter the bowling alley. Go through the bowling alley and take a right. Toward the back will be the banquet room. Will Call tickets for this event will be in the Banquet Room where the event is scheduled.)

  • 5-6:00pm Social Hour with Cash Bar
  • 6:00pm Dinner
  • Awards & Keynote speaker following dinner

Purchase Tickets one of these ways:

  1. At Central Committee Meetings
  2. Through a member of the Hall of Fame Committee
  3. Call (563) 557-1007 and leave a message
  4. Online through ActBlue (online tickets include a processing fee).
  5. Mail check payable to Dubuque County Democrats, P.O. Box 686, Dubuque, IA 52004.
  • Tickets are $40 per individual ($41.65 via ActBlue).
  • Tickets for children under 12 are $30 per individual ($31.25 via ActBlue).
  • Tickets MUST be purchased no later than August, 31st. 12:00 PM, Thursday, September 7. Ticket sales are now closed.
  • No tickets will be sold at the door!
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