Virtual Corn Feed will take place Tuesday, October 26th, free to attend
Des Moines, Iowa – Progress Iowa announced today that their seventh annual Progress Iowa Corn Feed will be held on Tuesday, October 26th with Rep. Cindy Axne, State Auditor Rob Sand, and more. Due to the pandemic, this event will be a virtual training session to advocate for progressive values.
Last year’s Progress Iowa Corn Feed featured Rep. Katie Porter with more than 110,000 viewers. This year’s virtual Corn Feed will be accessible to a wide audience, streaming through Facebook, while also providing more resources to take action.
Click here to learn more and register for this year’s virtual Progress Iowa Corn Feed.
“Our organization is excited to bring back our annual event and energize our progressive community,” said Matt Sinovic, executive director of Progress Iowa. “As political advocacy has transformed in recent years, it’s crucial we come together and ensure we’re all sharing progressive messaging in the most productive manner. Everyone who’s able to attend will leave feeling inspired to get to work prior to the upcoming session and the 2022 election.”
Attendees will receive broad-based message training, instructions on how to write effective letters to the editor, advocate online, and be more effective in our rural outreach efforts. Organizers expect more speaker announcements soon. Attendees are asked to register online at ProgressIowaCornFeed.com in order to be the first to learn event updates.
The Progress Iowa Corn Feed will be live-streamed at 12:00 p.m. central time on Tuesday, October 26th, and will focus on bringing together Iowa’s progressive community from the comfort of everyone’s homes. Organizers are asking participants to RSVP at www.ProgressIowaCornFeed.com.
Press interested in covering the Progress Iowa Corn Feed can RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for additional updates.
Progress Iowa is a multi-issue progressive advocacy organization with a network of more than 75,000 progressives. Year-round, Progress Iowa advocates for a stronger middle class, first-class public education, and fairness for all Iowans under the law. For more about the 7th annual Progress Iowa Corn Feed visit http://ProgressIowaCornFeed.com