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Go to a Grassley or Ernst Town Hall meeting.
Friday (today) 8/11/17 @ 6:00PM Fareway Education Center, 1215 S Marshall St,
Monday, 8/14/17 @ 4:30PM Monday, Fort Dodge Middle School, 800 N 32nd St,
Tuesday, 8/15 17 @ 12:30 PM, Washington High School Auditorium. 1111 S Ave
Grassley Town Halls
Thursday, 8/24, @ 11:30 Bedford City Hall, 625 Court Ave
Tuesday, 8/29 @3:45 Pimghar Community Building, 215 1st St SE\
Wednesday, 8/30 @ 8:00AM, Sibley Senior Center, 612 8th St.
8/31 Thursday@10:00AM @Mapelton Community Center, 511 Main Street
8/31 Thursday@ 2:45, Harlan Community Center,718 Court St.
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Monthly Archives: April 2017
Unfortunately we were unable to attend any of the Marches for Science last Saturday. There are only so many weekends in our lives and sometimes the family insists we get together. Like many of our generation we fancy ourselves armchair … Continue reading
May 1st holds some significance in nearly every culture in the northern hemisphere. Most likely this is because spring is getting warmer. Crops are being planted and even in ancient times there was a reasonable expectation that those crops would … Continue reading
A short discussion on the radio the other day caught my ear. Like so many we have our antennae up looking for signs that the great house of cards that Republicans claim are good economic policies will start coming apart … Continue reading
“War” by Edwin Starr with scenes from Viet Nam Like so many we took the story of Bashar al-Assad using sarin gas on Syrians at face value. American media reported it almost in single voice with nearly nary a dissent … Continue reading
A word from Senate Democrats Leader Rob Hogg With the conclusion of the awful 2017 legislative session, my attention is turning toward raising money, recruiting candidates, and helping Iowans get organized for the biggest political comeback in Iowa’s history in … Continue reading
by Paul Deaton If interested in Iowa Democratic politics, read No Surrender: Building a Progressive Agenda for Iowa with the Five Securities by former state senator Jack Hatch. Read it now. There are few long, contemporary narratives about the state … Continue reading
In light of the vote suppression law (aka voter ID), pushed by Republicans in the Iowa legislature, this is important. Republicans do not want you to vote. They want low turnout. They know Democrats win when there is high turnout. … Continue reading
April 2017 04/24/2017 8:00 AM – 10:30 AM Marti’s Monday Morning Coffee – Des Moines 04/27/2017 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Pints & Politics – Clinton 04/28/2017 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM Legislative Forum – Davenport 04/28/2017 12:00 PM – … Continue reading