473px-Ron_Johnson,_official_portrait,_112th_Congress(Cedar Rapids, IA)  Americans for Prosperity’s Iowa chapter is continuing 99 county, Big Government Braley tour next week with special guest Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson. Senator Johnson will participate in townhall events in Johnston, Cedar Rapids, and Dubuque.

See list of upcoming townhalls with Senator Johnson below.

“We are honored and excited to have Senator Johnson join the next leg of the Big Government Braley tour,” said Mark Lucas, Iowa state director of Americans for Prosperity. “Senator Johnson is a tea party favorite who has taken a hard stance against the big government spending Congressman Braley supports.”

“As Washington power and appetite for more spending and debt has grown, our freedom and economic security have receded,” explains Senator Johnson. “Congressman Braley has been an enthusiastic proponent of bigger government in Washington.  That recipe for economic disaster has had a negative impact on every American. Iowans need to contact Representative Braley and urge him to stop standing in the way of lower taxes, smaller government, and greater economic freedom.”

“Senator Johnson is a conservative who spent 31 years building a manufacturing business and creating good American jobs in Wisconsin. Senator Johnson is the only manufacturer in the US Senate,” Lucas continued.

Upcoming Big Government Braley Tour Events with Senator Ron Johnson

Big Government Braley Des Moines Event
7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:30 PM)
Tuesday, August 13th
Des Moines/Urbandale Hilton Garden Inn
8600 Northpark Drive, Johnston, IA 50131

Big Government Braley Cedar Rapids Breakfast
Doors open at 6:30 AM
7:00 AM
Wednesday, August 14th
Cedar Rapids Marriott
1200 Collins Road NE
Cedar Rapids, IA  52402

Big Government Braley Lunch in Dubuque
12:00 PM (Doors open at 11:30 AM)
Wednesday, August 14th
The Naughty Dog Coffee Bar
1108 Locust St. Dubuque, IA 52001

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