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FOUR SUCCESSFUL HOUSE PARTIES NOW HISTORY

October 30, 2016 by iowa | No Comments

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The Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition sponsored four successful house parties across Iowa in October.  We hold a series of house parties every year in an effort to inform activists as to our grassroots work and educational process.

We were honored to have Senator David Perdue (R-Ga) as our speaker at the Des Moines area house party.  In addition, we were pleased to have Secretary of Agriculture, Bill Northey, as our guest speaker at the Dubuque, Cedar Rapids and Council Bluffs house parties.  Republican National Committeewoman, Tamara Scott, spoke at all four house parties concerning Devout Islam Shariah Law.  Steve Kirby, who has become an expert on Shariah Law as the author of several books, spoke at the Des Moines house party.  The information shared by our speakers was enlightening and encouraging.

President Steve Scheffler made a presentation at the four house parties on the grassroots activities of Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition.  We are actively involved in an intensive grassroots voter project.  This endeavor includes making 2.5 million voter contacts with pro-family conservative voters in Iowa.  This project includes voter guide distribution, door knocking, direct mail, phone calling, and social media outreach.

I want give a special thanks to those individuals who are responsible for hosting the house parties – – Ron & Becky Herrig (Dubuque), Bernie Hayes (Cedar Rapids), Leroy and Janice Cobia (Council Bluffs), and Peggy Hermann (Des Moines).

All four house parties gave attendees an opportunity to gather valuable information and networking with other activists.

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