“I am honored to have been elected to serve our Party in this capacity,” said Andrews. “It is a unique opportunity to forge ever-stronger relationships with other states in our region and throughout the country and to develop innovative ways of increasing the public profile of all of our states’ efforts,” she continued.
Ken Martin, who was today re-elected as Chair of the ASDC and Vice Chair of the DNC, was effusive in his appreciation for Andrews’ work in Oklahoma.
“On behalf of the Association of State Democratic Committees, I’d like to congratulate Chairwoman Alicia Andrews on her election as the Midwest Chair Representative to our Executive Committee,” said Martin.
“Alicia’s work since being elected Chair of the Oklahoma Democratic Party has made an immeasurable difference in building the permanent political infrastructure that Oklahoma Democrats up and down the ballot rely on. In a short time, Chairwoman Andrews has made a tremendous impact not only in Oklahoma but also as a leader within the Democratic National Committee. I am excited to have Alicia serve in this role as part of our leadership team where she will play a key role in guiding our national Democratic Party forward and supporting her colleagues not just in the Midwest but across the country as we work to elect Democrats at every level,” Martin concluded.
The 13 states comprising the ASDC Midwestern Region include Oklahoma, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.