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Mike Huckabee at 2014 Spring Event
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(West Des Moines, IA) With the eyes of the nation on Iowa, which will host the very first 2016 presidential caucuses, the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition will host a presidential candidate forum on Saturday, April 18, 2015. The event will attract a statewide audience of Iowa’s most politically active citizens. As in the last presidential caucus cycle, Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition will be the first non-profit issue advocacy organization to sponsor such an event.

Past participants include former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, Texas Governor Rick Perry, Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachman, former Texas Congressman Ron Paul, Georgia business executive Herman Cain, former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer, and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. All candidates–Republicans and Democrats–will be invited to participate. We promise an in-depth conversation with the candidates on a broad range of issues. We believe this will be a first step for caucus goers to garner information that will allow them to formulate their opinions on who they will support at the 2016 precinct caucuses.

 Date:  Saturday, April 18, 2015

Location: Point of Grace Church (305 NE Dartmoor Drive, Waukee, IA 50263)

Contact: Steve Scheffler  – (515) 971-7363, [email protected]

The Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition is a grassroots organization that works to educate and equip Christians for effective civic action and influence sound public policy that advances limited government, lower taxes, and the sanctity of life and marriage.

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  1. I’m so distraught and disappointed with the Speaker of the House and his caving in on fighting this administration that these political rallies, that people running for President are starting to bore me. None of them can be trusted.

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