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AFP-Iowa’s “Big Government Braley Tour will visit all 99 Iowa Counties to put pressure against Congressman Braley’s harmful government spending policies.

Congressman Steve King and Senator Chuck Grassley will join AFP-Iowa State Director Mark Lucas for the Big Government Braley tour at the following stops:

Congressman Steve King Event
August 6th, 1:30 PM
Best Western Starlite Village
1518 3rd Avenue NW
Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501

Congressman Steve King Event
August 7th, 10:00 AM
Saint Maria Vineyard & Winery
218 West 6th Street
Carroll, Iowa 51401

Senator Chuck Grassley Event
August 10, 1:00 PM
Best Western Regency Inn
3303 South Center Street
Marshalltown, Iowa 50158

“Congressman Bruce Braley has a very poor record in Congress on our core issues. In fact, AFP’s economic scorecard reveals that Braley is more liberal than Tom Harkin on economic issues. We want to educate Iowans on his dismal record and encourage him to change course.”

Braley continues to support ObamaCare, which is confusing and costly for doctors and patients alike. He supports cap and trade legislation that would eliminate an estimated 32,000 Iowa jobs. Braley has flip-flopped on the Keystone XL Pipeline which would create good American jobs and help lower energy costs.

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