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Amy SinclairALLERTON – Iowa Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds will be among the featured speakers at a fundraising picnic for Republican Senate District 14 candidate Amy Sinclair.

Lt. Gov. Reynolds will be joined by fellow guest speakers assistant Republican Senate Leader Brad Zaun and State Representative Joel Fry, R-Osceola, at the April 28 fundraiser picnic for Sinclair.

The event is slated for 5:30-8 p.m. just northwest of Osceola. The location of the event is 1228 220th Ave., Osceola.

Tickets are $25 for individuals and $50 for families. To reserve your tickets today, go to Senate Republican candidate Amy Sinclair’s Facebook page here.

“I will be a strong voice when it comes to our economy,” Sinclair said. “Iowa needs a business climate that supports entrepreneurs and small businesses. When we have that in place we can then focus on career development initiatives – not just job creation policies.”

The newly created District 14 includes Wayne, Decatur, Clarke, Lucas, Marion and part of Jasper counties.

Sinclair has served two terms on the Wayne County Board of Supervisors. She and her husband Boyd, who is a fifth-grade teacher at Wayne Community Schools, have three sons, and farm near Allerton.

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