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Douglas Democrats host Octoberfest this weekend

How many days of the year are you able to combine beer, football, and politics while raising funds for the Douglas County Democrats? Just once a year at the annual OctoberFest!

The 4th annual event is being held at The Ridge Golf Course at Castle Pines North from 1:30 to 4:30pm on Sunday, September 23rd. The event will feature great food, music by The Martyrs, and the Broncos on the TV. It ‘s a great way to meet all of the fantastic candidates in Douglas County and find out how you can help their campaigns. Listen to the folk and classic sounds of The Martyrs while catching up with old friends and making new ones. Grab a couple beers, munch on hot dogs, hamburgers (or veggie burgers), and celebrate the arrival of fall and the campaign season. Campaign yard signs and bumper stickers will also be available so you can show your support for your favorite candidates.

Tickets are available online through today, September 20th. Tickets are $30.00 per person ($20 for kids) and you will get a 20% discount off an Obama yard sign. Tickets will be $35 at the door so be sure to get your tickets now!

What a perfect way to spend an autumn afternoon—beer, Broncos, and politics.

For more information about the upcoming Octoberfest, visit www.douglasdemocrats.org.

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