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National Democratic Party Leader Julián Castro to be Featured Speaker at Davidson County Democratic Party Honors Dinner
The Davidson County Democratic Party to honor local immigration reform advocates at July 10, 2015 dinner.
NASHVILLE — The Davidson County Democratic Party will honor Nashville’s premier advocates for inclusion and immigration reform at the Honors Dinner on July 10, 2015. The Honorable Julián Castro – the former mayor of San Antonio and a leader of the national Democratic Party – will be the event’s featured speaker.
“Julián Castro is a champion of equality for all Americans who has shown what Democrats can do to promote justice for our neighbors and make the American Dream attainable,” said Davidson County Democratic Party Chairman Gary Bynum. “We are thrilled to have him help us honor those who are doing this important work here in Nashville.”
According to Daniel Horwitz – this year’s Honors Dinner chairperson – several Nashvillians will receive awards for their work on behalf of immigrants and comprehensive immigration reform. “Nashville is blessed to have an abundance of local advocates who deserve to be recognized for their extraordinary advocacy on behalf of new Americans,” said Horwitz. “We look forward to honoring those individuals who have demonstrated exemplary service in making Nashville a city for all of us.”
The Honors Dinner awards, as well as those who will be receiving them, will be announced by the Davidson County Democratic Party in the coming weeks. Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased at the Honors Dinner event page accessible at: https://act.myngp.com/Forms/6922725919975409664
What: The Davidson County Democratic Party will host the historic Honors Dinner to honor Nashville’s premier advocates for inclusion and immigration reform.
Where: The Renaissance Nashville Hotel, 611 Commerce St., Nashville, TN 37203.
When: July 10, 2015 from 7PM-10PM
All funds solicited in connection with this event are by the Davidson County Democratic Party, and not by Julián Castro.
Please contact Brandon Puttbrese, 615-613-2598, for media inquiries.