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Grassley to hold public meetings across North Iowa in March

Senator Charles Grassley
Senator Charles Grassley

WASHINGTON – Iowa Senator Charles Grassley will hold series of town meetings across the North Iowa region in March.

“Representative government is a two-way street.  It’s strengthened by dialogue between elected officials and the people we represent,” Grassley said.  “I like to hold a combination of town meetings, where everyone is invited to attend and ask questions on any subject, and meetings where I go to people in their workplaces and at community events to reach people who may not go to a town meeting.  I also like spending time with high school students as they study current affairs and our system of government.”

The Cities of Mason City and Clear Lake, as well as Cerro Gordo County, recently spent thousands of dollars to travel to Washington, D.C. to visit Grassley and other elected officials from Iowa who are routinely in the North Iowa area meeting with the public.

Tuesday, March 26
8:30-9:30 a.m.
Q&A with Students at Northwood-Kensett High School
704 7th Street North in Northwood
*Grassley will be available for 15 minutes after the meeting to answer questions from local reporters.

10:30-11:30 a.m.
Winnebago County Town Meeting
Lake Mills Public Library
102 South Lake Street in Lake Mills
*Grassley will be available for 15 minutes after the meeting to answer questions from local reporters.

1-2 p.m.
Hancock County Town Meeting
Garner Education Center
325 West 8th Street in Garner
*Grassley will be available for 15 minutes after the meeting to answer questions from local reporters.

3:15-4:15 p.m.
Cerro Gordo County Town Meeting
North Iowa Area Community College
Muse-Norris Conference Center, Room 180 D, E, and F
500 College Drive in Mason City
*Grassley will be available for 15 minutes after the meeting to answer questions from local reporters.

5:15-6:15 p.m.
Franklin County Town Meeting
Center 1, Back Room
5 1st Street SW in Hampton
*Grassley will be available for 15 minutes after the meeting to answer questions from local reporters.

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This guy moved out of Iowa 40 years ago. It’s kind of funny too me that we still view Grassley as an Iowan.

When he retires, he won’t be living here! lol

No thanks. I would rather remove my hemorrhoids with a cheese grater and sit in a bowl of rubbing alcohol, than listen to that tool.

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