The Democratic Party of Dane County presents the SECOND ANNUAL MILLER-MILLER DINNER AWARD NOMINATIONS
Midge Miller was a trailblazer in Dane County politics who served in the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1971 to 1985. Lorna Miller was a successful grassroots activist who worked on issues important to rural people, civil rights and social and economic justice.

To keep the legacies of these outstanding progressives alive, the Democratic Party of Dane County is presenting the second annual Miller-Miller Dinner. As part of the event, we are looking for individuals from Dane County whose accomplishments in elected office (for the Midge Miller Award) and in local grassroots politics (for the Lorna Miller Award) you feel deserve recognition.

Nominees can be current Dane Dems members or others who have made significant contributions to the progressive community. Nominations will be anonymous unless otherwise instructed. One can nominate as many people as they would like for either or both awards. The winners will be decided on by members of the Executive Board of the Democratic Party of Dane County.

Nominations must be received by 5:00 pm Sunday, March 3.
Ticket information will be forthcoming.

Winners will be notified prior to the dinner and will receive their awards at the dinner on Sunday, April 7.
QUESTIONS: Dorrie Sundquist – Vice Chair, Development 608-332-5336

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