Washington County Democratic Party fundraiser
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A Washington County Democratic Party fundraiser, the “Who Won the Debate?” FUNdraising Party, will be hosted on Friday, Oct. 16, at the clubhouse at The Vintage, located at 875 Rio Virgin Dr. in St. George. The highlight of the evening will be two local Democrats humorously sparring over who won Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate. There will be a silent auction featuring a stay at the beautiful Cliffrose Lodge in Springdale, original works of art, a wine casket, and more. Donations for the auction are still needed; if you can donate something, please contact Brent at brent@brentholloway.com.

Washington County Democratic Party fundraiser
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The winner of the Bill Maher Ticket Opportunity Drawing will be announced at the event. The WCDP is offering two tickets to Maher’s performance for $10 each or $25 for three. Bill Maher, the well-known political comedian, is appearing at the Pearl Concert Theater in the Palms Casino Resort at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24. Opportunity tickets may be purchased at wcdpu.com or by calling (435) 862-0130.

Guests are encouraged to bring an appetizer to share and whatever they would like to drink. Water and ice are provided. This is a fundraiser for the Washington County Democratic Party, and the public is invited.


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