image Registrations for the pre-release screening of “I Want Your Money” in Des Moines are already trending beyond expectations of the group that is hosting the free event.  Event organizers now expect well over 200 people to attend the event to be held on Sunday October 3 at the Varsity Theatre, which can seat over 400 people.

“We’re delighted that people are willing to make this a priority on such short notice,” said Will Rogers, event organizer and Polk County Republican Co-Chair.  “There is a continued wave of discontent with Washington politics and the lack of good fiscal management by our current government.  People are really paying attention to the economy and our national debt and this movie illustrates the magnitude of the problem.”

The screening of “I Want Your Money”, is scheduled at 3:45 PM on Sunday October 15.  It is sponsored by Polk County Republicans, along with The Iowa Republican (www.theiowarepublican.com) and The Conservative Reader (www.theconservativereader.com), two Iowa-based conservative news and commentary web sites.

WHEN:  Sunday, October 3, 2010

TIME:  3:45 PM

LOCATION:  The Varsity Theatre, 1207 25th Street, Des Moines, Iowa

TICKET PRICE:  FREE.  Register online at www.polkgop.com

Event Contact: Art Smith, 515-491-8747, arthursmith@polkgop.com

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