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Michael Reagan, pictured here speaking at American Principles Project’s Red, White and Blue Gala in 2014, will speak at the Iowa GOP’s Reagan Dinner.

(Des Moines, IA) The Republican Party of Iowa will hold its annual Reagan Dinner Tuesday, October 21—two weeks from Election Day—to energize our grassroots activists and feature a keynote speech by Michael Reagan, the son of President Ronald Reagan, a FOX News commentator and a New York Times bestselling author.

The dinner, “Two Weeks To Victory,” will feature Gov. Terry Branstad and State Sen. Joni Ernst, a Lt. Col. in the Iowa Army National Guard and the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate. Branstad and Ernst will share their vision of implementing common-sense Iowa policies—both in Des Moines and Washington, D.C.—and remind activists what’s at stake in this critical election.

“Every year Iowa Republicans gather to honor President Ronald Reagan—the Great Communicator. I’m thrilled to welcome his son, Michael Reagan, to talk about his father’s legacy and enduring vision of freedom and opportunity,” said Iowa GOP chairman Jeff Kaufmann.

“Republicans have a historical opportunity to elect Joni Ernst the first female combat veteran in the Senate, re-elect Gov. Branstad and take back the Iowa Senate,” said Iowa GOP co-chairman Cody Hoefert, a Rock Rapids chiropractor and city councilor. “Iowa Republicans have never been more enthusiastic about our entire ticket of candidates, and we encourage activists across the state to share Reagan’s positive principles that our party still holds dear as they encourage their friends and neighbors to vote.”

DETAILS
Iowa GOP Annual Reagan Dinner
“Two Weeks To Victory”

Tues., Oct. 21
5 p.m. Doors open and reception
6 p.m. Dinner

Embassy Suites Hotel
101 E. Locust St.
Des Moines, IA 50309

Members of the public may purchase tickets at this link:
http://www.iowagop.org/reagandinner

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