February 25 – February 26, 2022

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WASHINGTON DAYS 2022
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH THROUGH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 2021

Join us for our annual convention, the largest gathering of Democrats in the state
To reserve a room in the Washington Days Room Block at a discounted rate, please follow this link and use the code 030322DEM.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tickets to these events are limited to ensure participant safety and social distancing. Further public health guidance will be provided prior to the event. Specific event requirements will be announced closer to the event. This may include, but is not limited to: symptom screening, proof of vaccination, proof of medical exclusion, and/or <24 hour negative test. These protocols will be dictated by the state of the pandemic.

Questions? Contact info@kansasdems.org

Washington Days 2022 Schedule

Washington Days Tickets

1905 – Rep. William Jennings Bryan, Nebraska

1906 – Gov. Joseph Folk, Missouri

1907 – Gov. Ashton C. Shallenberger, Nebraska

1908 – Rep. William Jennings Bryan, Nebraska

1909 – Rep. William Patterson Borland, Missouri

1910 – Gov. Charles S. Thomas, Colorado

1911 – Sen. James Reed, Missouri

1912 – Gov. Woodrow Wilson, New Jersey

1913 – Gov. Alexander Monroe Dockery, Missouri

1914 – Gov. John Burke, North Dakota

1915 – Fred Close, Troy, Kansas

1916 – Gov. John Morehead, Nebraska

1917 – A.D. Nortani, Missouri

1918 – Chair Henderson Martin, Kansas

1919 – National Committeeman Sam Amidon, Kansas

1920 – U.S. Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer

1921 – John B. Pew, Missouri

1922 –Rep. Finis J. Garrett, Tennessee

1923 – House Speaker Henry Rainey

1924 – National Committeeman J.R. Files, Iowa

1925 – Rep. Chauncey Little, Kansas

1926 – State Rep. Charles M. Hay, Missouri

1927 – Rep. Cordell Hull, Tennessee

1928 – Sen. James Reed, Missouri

1929 – Rep. George Combs, Missouri

1930 – DNC Exec. Dir. Jouett Shouse

1931 – Gov. William H. Murray, Oklahoma

1932 – Paul V. McNutt, Oklahoma

1933 – Congressional Candidate Scott Lucas, Illinois

1934 – Sen. George McGill, Kansas

1935 – Sen. Aben Barkley, Kentucky

1936 – Postmaster General James A. Farley

1937 – Gov. Walter A. Huxman, Kansas

1938 – Asst. U.S. Attorney General Joseph B. Keenan

1939 – U.S. Solicitor General Robert H. Jackson

1940 – U.S. Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring

1941 – Sen. Claude Pepper, Florida

1942 – Sen. Albert B. Chandler, Kentucky

1944 – Sen. Harry Truman, Missouri

1946 – Gov. Robert S. Kerr, Oklahoma

1947 – Mayor William O’Dwyer, New York

1948 – DNC Exec. Dir. Gael Sullivan

1949 – DNC Chair J. Howard McGrath

1950 – DNC Chair William M. Boyle

1951 – Vice President Alben W. Barkley

1952 – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan

1953 – Sen. Thomas C. Hennings, Missouri

1954 – Sen. Al Gore Sr., Tennessee

1955 – Gov. G. Mennen “Soapy” Williams, Michigan

1956 – DNC Chair Paul M. Butler

1957 – President Harry Truman

1958 – Gov. Herschel C. Loveless, Iowa

1959 – Sen. Stuart Symington, Missouri

1960 – Rep. Chester Bowles, Connecticut

1961 – Rep. Floyd Breeding, Kansas

1962 – Gov. Matthew E. Welsh, Indiana

1963 – Gov. Jack M. Campbell, New Mexico

1964 – Rep. Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., New York

1965 – Gov. Frank Morrison, Nebraska

1966 – Sen. Fred Harris, Oklahoma

1967 – Gov. Robert Docking, Kansas

1968 – U.S. Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall

1969 – Sen. Birch Bayh, Indiana

1970 – Gov. Robert Docking, Kansas

1971 – Gov. Robert Docking, Kansas

1972 – Henry “Scoop” Jackson, Washington

1973 – DNC Chair Bob Strauss

1974 – Gov. Robert Docking, Kansas

1975 – Gov. Jimmy Carter, Georgia

1976 – Gov. Robert Docking, Kansas

1977 – Rep. Andy Jacobs, Indiana

1978 – DNC Chair John C. White

1979 – Gov. John Carlin, Kansas

1980 – Sen. Ted Kennedy, Massachusetts

1981 – Gov. John Carlin, Kansas

1982 – Sen. John Glenn, Ohio

1983 – Sen. Gary Hart, Colorado

1984 – DNC Vice Chair Lynn Cutler

1985 – Rep. Dick Gephardt, Missouri

1986 – Sen. Tom Harkin, Iowa

1987 – Gov. Chuck Robb, Virginia

1988 – Gov. Bill Clinton, Arkansas

1989 – Sen. Al Gore Jr., Tennessee

1990 – House Majority Whip Bill Gray, Pennsylvania

1991 – Gov. Joan Finney, Kansas

1992 – Gov. Roy Romer, Colorado

1993 – Rep. John Lewis, Georgia

1994 – Gov. Evan Bayh, Indiana

1995 – Rep. Dan Glickman, Kansas

1996 – Rep. Steny Hoyer, Maryland

1997 – Sen. Paul Wellstone, Minnesota

1998 – Jim Hightower

1999 – Bill Press

2000 – Democratic Leadership Council CEO Al From

2001 – Sen. Joe Biden, Delaware

2002 – Sen. Jean Carnahan, Missouri

2003 – Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, Kansas

2004 – Gen. Wesley Clark, Arkansas

2005 – Sen. John Edwards, North Carolina

2006 – Sen. Barack Obama, Illinois

2007 – President Bill Clinton

2008 – Gov. Tim Kaine, Virginia

2009 – Gov. Brian Schweitzer, Montana

2010 – Rep. Mike Honda, California

2011 – Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri

2012 – Gov. Ed Rendell, Pennsylvania

2013 – U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis

2014 – Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Michigan

2015 – Gov. Martin O’Malley, Maryland

2016 – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman
2016 – U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius

2017 – Sen. Bernie Sanders, Vermont

2018 – Mayor Pete Buttigieg, South Bend, Indiana

2019 – Sen. Jon Tester, Montana 

2020 – Governor Laura Kelly, Kansas
2020 – Former Representative Jim Slattery, Kansas

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