As we celebrate Labor Day this weekend, the Tennessee Democratic Party is also preparing for Jackson Day 2011.
This year’s Jackson Day will be a historic celebration of the life and accomplishments of Governor Ned McWherter.
Please join us in Nashville on Oct. 1st as we salute a governor who went to work for working families.
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Labor Day also reminds us that this has been a difficult year for working families with extreme, corporate-backed attacks against workers taking place around the country — and right here in Tennessee. These attacks on the American middle class show us exactly how important our work is.
We’re fighting for all Tennesseans. Our victories — like the 40-hour work week and the creation of a broad middle-class — have improved the quality of life for all Americans. And our shared prosperity has always been opposed by the power elite.
That’s why we want you at Jackson Day.
Folks like Ned McWherter, who understood the value of hard work, pulled together and set our state down a different path. Now it’s time for us to pull together and carry on that legacy.
Click here to purchase tickets for Jackson Day 2011. Your ticket purchase will provide crucial support to candidates who believe in creating opportunity for everyone.
We are standing up to billionaires and politicians who attacked Tennessee teachers and union workers. We are fighting for investments in our children’s futures, our schools, and our roads and bridges. We are fighting for good American jobs, wages and benefits that should come with a hard day’s work.
And we need you to join us Oct. 1 in Nashville to keep this movement growing. Click here to purchase tickets.
Thank you for everything you do and have a happy Labor Day.
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