Hawkeye Vision 2012: Caucusing for Working Families

UPDATE:  Thanks to all who attended the ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund’s “Hawk­eye Vision 2012:  Cau­cus­ing for Work­ing Fam­i­lies”.  If you missed this fan­tas­tic event, you can watch it now!

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Hawk­eye Vision 2012: Cau­cus­ing for Work­ing Fam­i­lies“
Pre­sented by the Amer­i­cans for Demo­c­ra­tic Action Edu­ca­tion Fund

Please join us for a polit­i­cal round­table fea­tur­ing key Demo­c­ra­tic lead­ers who will offer the pro­gres­sive view­point on the impor­tant issues fac­ing work­ing fam­i­lies and the role those issues will play in the 2012 elections.

Tues­day, Jan­u­ary 3, 2012 (Cau­cus Day!) at 10 a.m.
Cowles-Kruidenier Audi­to­rium
Iowa State His­tor­i­cal Build­ing
600 East Locust
Des Moines, Iowa

Many vot­ers are inter­ested in par­tic­i­pat­ing in issue dis­cus­sions that do not revolve around the ambi­tions of indi­vid­ual can­di­dates.  This expert round­table will focus on jobs, health care, edu­ca­tion, and other press­ing issues fac­ing our nation’s work­ing fam­i­lies.  Speak­ers will address how the 99% of Amer­i­cans can win eco­nomic secu­rity and social jus­tice in 2012 and beyond.

State Sen­a­tor Joe Bolk­com (D-IA), Chair of the Pro­gres­sive States Net­work
U.S. Rep. Keith Elli­son (DFL-MN), Co-chair of Con­gres­sional Pro­gres­sive Cau­cus
Celinda Lake, Pres­i­dent of Lake Research Part­ners & lead­ing polit­i­cal poll­ster
Ken Sagar, Pres­i­dent of the Iowa Fed­er­a­tion of Labor

Admis­sion is free.

Reserved seat­ing and other ben­e­fits are avail­able to Hosts and Friends.  For a $50 tax-deductible con­tri­bu­tion, become a Host and receive reserved VIP seat­ing, a name list­ing in the event pro­gram, and an invi­ta­tion to a spe­cial debrief ses­sion with our speak­ers fol­low­ing the round­table dis­cus­sion.  For $25, become a Friend and receive reserved VIP seat­ing and a name list­ing in the event pro­gram.  Host and Friend con­tri­bu­tions to the ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund’s pro­grams and ser­vices will help edu­cate vot­ers and elected offi­cials on key issues and empower tomorrow’s lib­eral lead­ers.  All con­tri­bu­tions are tax-deductible.

Spon­sored by our friends at the UFCW Region Coun­cil No. 6  — North­ern Plains

Local 79, Ester­ville             Local 431, Dav­en­port
Local 179, Chero­kee         Local 440, Deni­son
Local 222, Sioux City        Local 617, Fort Madi­son
Local 230, Ottumwa         Local 1149, Mar­shall­town

 

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One Response to “Hawkeye Vision 2012: Caucusing for Working Families”

  1. dave says:

    Please put me down as a Host for Jan. 3 event in DM.

    thanks–

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The ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund is an inde­pen­dent, char­i­ta­ble entity that focuses on increas­ing pub­lic aware­ness through edu­ca­tion and com­mu­nity orga­niz­ing that builds capac­ity for change. The Ed Fund pro­duces peri­odic pol­icy briefs, hosts pro­gres­sive speak­ers on a range of issues, spon­sors advo­cacy and research fel­low­ships, and works to expand civic par­tic­i­pa­tion through com­mu­nity orga­niz­ing around eco­nomic and social jus­tice issues.