On Wednesday, April 11, 2012, outside of the gates of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, approximately 250 union activists from Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Lawton protested Wisconsin Governor Walker's 1,500 a plate dinner/fundraising event. Premium tables were rumoured to cost $25,000 for 8 atendees, or $3,125 for each person.
Many of the atendees were shocked that there were so many people there waiving signs of protest. However, there were many people that honked their horn as they drove by.
As of midnight local time there seems to not be any notice of it on local news sites and newspapers.
The Potemkin Village is still safe.
This was sponsored by the right-win Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs. http://www.ocpathink.org/
This wal called the Citizenship Dinner.
Governor Walker is rumored to have received $ 50,000 to be the keynote speaker at this event.