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Matt_Schultz_by_Gage_Skidmore(Des Moines, IA) Iowa’s Secretary of State and former Council Bluffs City Councilman, Matt Schultz, announced today the opening of two offices for his campaign to represent Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District.  Schultz plans to have offices on both ends of the district, which stretches from Des Moines in the east to Council Bluffs in the west.

“There are 16 counties in the Third Congressional District and I believe it’s important to let voters know that I intend represent them all by pushing for commonsense measures like a Balanced Budget Amendment, mandatory term limits for all members of congress, and a full repeal of the President’s unaffordable healthcare law.” said Schultz. “I’m proud to have deep roots in both sides of this district and I look forward to getting to each county many times over before the election in June.”

Schultz plans to have an open house event for both offices in early March.  Below are the dates and times and both events are open to members of the media.

Council Bluffs
Date:               Tuesday, March 11th
Time:               6:00pm
Address:         The Omni Center 300 W Broadway Suite 11

Urbandale
Date:              Wednesday, March 12th
Time:              6:00pm
Address:         2763 86th Street

Photo credit: Gage Skidmore (CC-By-SA 3.0)

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