Please Note: Venue Change! Midnight Sun as been changed to Beaux
2344 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Hosts: Tiffany Woods, Justin Jones, Beaux
Doors open: 11:30
Program: 1:00 pm
Event End: 3:00 PM
Wow! The outpouring of support for Danica has been amazing. To help speed up the check-in process for Sunday's event, we have created an online donation link. To ensure a quick entry, please make your donation in advance. We are asking a suggested donation of $25, but if you're able to do more, it will be greatly appreciated. We also encourage folks to make a donation even if you cannot attend and share with others who would like to donate. It is crucial that we support Danica as she fights for LGBTQ rights in Virginia and sets a national example.
Danica does not accept donations from for-profit corporations so we NEED support from people such as yourself.
Please write any checks to Friends of Danica Roem. Virginia campaign finance disclosure law requires the inclusion of donors' first and last name, address, occupation, employer and employer address.Paid for and authorized by Friends of Danica Roem."
Disability/Mobility Seating: Disability seating will be reserved by the bar. Due to this being a bar venue that has more standing capacity than seating capacity, we have Limited amount of disability/mobility seating that will be reserved, 10-20. I appreciate those who have already contacting inquiring. First come, first serve basis. We ask that you try to arrive at 11:30 when the doors open to accommodate.
As interest may exceed the increased capacity of this new venue, there is no guarantee that everyone will be able to be to be accommodated.
«Please join state Delegate-elect Danica Roem (D) of Virginia for a casual meet-and-greet as she prepares to make history as the nation's first out-and-seated transgender state legislator when she's sworn in Jan. 10.Danica is a 33-year-old step-mom, a lifelong resident of her district and authored more than 2,500 news stories as the lead reporter of the Gainesville Times. On Nov. 7, she defeated a 26-year Republican incumbent who authored Virginia's constitutional ban on marriage equality with her platform based on traffic, jobs, schools and equality.