Congressman David Young will be holding five town halls in Iowa this Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1 (no fooling!).

Town halls are a great opportunity to raise our issues and hold elected officials accountable back home in their districts to we the people.  Hearing from constituents was instrumental in convincing Rep. Young to not support House Republicans’ latest attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

Here’s the details:

March 31, 10:00-11:00 AM Congressman Young Meeting, ­ Fontanelle
Fontanelle Community Center, 318 Washington St., Fontanelle, IA 50846

March 31, 1:30-2:30 PM Congressman Young Meeting, ­ Bagley
Bagley Community Building, 205 Main St., Bagley, IA 50026

March 31, 3:30-4:30 PM Congressman Young Meeting, ­ Waukee
Waukee City Hall, 230 W. Hickman, Waukee, IA 50263

April 1, 11:00-12:00 PM Congressman Young Meeting, ­ Diagonal
Diagonal Community Center, 308 Broadway St., Diagonal, IA 50845

April 1, 3:30-4:30 PM Congressman Young Meeting, ­ Lorimor
Lorimor Community Center, 503 Main St., Lorimor, IA 50149

Attend a town hall and ask a question about issues you care about the most!  We’ve heard that in order to fund Trump’s (and Rep. Paul Ryan and his cronies’) tax cuts for the rich, Medicaid and SNAP benefits (also known as food stamps) are on the chopping block during this Congress.  Ask Rep. Young if he stands with his constituents or big money corporations that prioritize profits over our health and safety.

For more information or to run a question past us, call the office at 515-282-0484!

Sen. Joni Ernst will be holding two town hall meetings on Friday, March 17.

Town halls are a great opportunity to raise our issues and hold elected officials accountable back home in their districts to we the people.

Sen. Ernst’s town halls will be Friday, March 17 at:

  • 12pm: Coe College, Sinclair Auditorium, Cedar Rapids
  • 5pm: Drake University, Sheslow Auditorium, Des Moines

Attend a town hall and ask a question about issues you care about the most!  Also, we’ve heard that Medicaid and SNAP benefits (also known as food stamps) could be on the chopping block during this Congress.  Ask Sen. Ernst if she stands with her constituents or big money corporations that prioritize profits over our health and safety.

For more information or to run a question past us, call the office at 515-282-0484!