Linda Perdue

Follow Up to Lambda Legal Dinner

Filed By Linda Perdue | October 23, 2006 9:36 AM | comments

Filed in: Living, Politics, The Movement, Transgender & Intersex
Tags: Democrats, Lambda Legal, local politics, Republicans

David Wene recently listed on GayIndy some of the elected or appointed individuals who attended the Lambda Legal Benefit Dinner on September 21, 2006, as well as some candidates. I also listed some, but didn't have access to the full list of those elected or appointed individuals who purchased tickets. Now that I'm home, I'd like to share that information.


Steve Tuchman, Royal Danish Consul for Indiana and Kentucky
Andrew Cullen, representing U.S. Senator Evan Bayh
Sarge Visher, Indiana Chief of Staff, representing Representative Julia Carson


Betsy Burdick, representing Governor Mitch Daniels
Senator Billie Breaux
Mark Rutherford, Chair, Libertarian Party of Indiana
Marjorie O'Laughlin, former State Treasurer

Deputy Mayor Ellen Quigley
Carl Brizzi, Marion County Prosecutor
Michael Rodman, Marion County Treasurer
City-County Councilor/Council President Monroe Gray
City-County Councilor Jackie Nytes
City-county Councilor Scott Keller
City-county Councilor Joanne Sanders
City-county Councilor Angie Mansfield
City-county Councilor Greg Bowes
City-county Councilor Becky Langsford

Jon Elrod, Center Township Board Member appointed
Steve Pockrass, Equal Opportunity Advisory board appointed

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theywerethere | October 23, 2006 9:55 PM

Melina Kennedy was there, too.