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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

 2:29 PM 

Sponsors line up for delegate celebrations

The Wisconsin delegation shared the Rochenge Skybox Conference Center at Coors Field with the delegations of Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington and host Colorado following the conclusion of Monday's convention agenda.

The event, featuring some of the largest and most critical states on the electoral map, was sponsored by four labor groups (Airline Pilots Association PAC, United Pilots PAC, the Association of Flight Attendants, and the Chicago Federation of Labor), along with Vets & Military Families for Progress.

For the rest of the week, the Wisconsin delegation will largely be on its own in Denver's hotels after the evening's speeches.

The delegate celebration tonight will be at the Marriott, hosted by We Energies, Pfizer, 3M and MillerCoors. On Wednesday night, the delegation moves to the Hyatt Grand with sponsorship from AT&T, Chrysler and the Potawatomi Tribe. AT&T is sponsoring the final night's celebration at the Marriott, which will be co-hosted by Wisconsin and Illinois.

Sponsors of the convention's delegate breakfasts at the Marriott are the Democratic Governor's Association, Xcel Energy, the National Association of Community Financial Institutions, and the campaign of U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl.

See the full delegate itinerary

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