INDICE DE GALERIAS
WASHINGTON, DC -- US Senator Charles Grassley, (R) Iowa, will be holding several town hall meetings in Iowa in the coming weeks, including several in north Iowa.
According to a statement released by Grassley's office, the senator has 10 meetings scheduled Wednesday and Thursday. Grassley has held meetings in each of Iowa's 99 counties since 1980, according to the statement.
"Representative government is a two-way street. It's strengthened by dialogue between elected officials and the people we represent," Grassley said. "I plan these meetings to listen to concerns, hear points of view, and respond to questions directly from Iowans."
Wednesday, May 29
Speak at the Jefferson Kiwanis Club
108 West State Street in Jefferson
Calhoun County Town Meeting
Rockwell City Community Center, Room C
424 Main Street in Rockwell City
11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Webster County Town Meeting
Fort Dodge Public Library, Meeting Room
424 Central Avenue in Fort Dodge
Humboldt County Town Meeting
Humboldt County Courthouse, Courtroom
203 Main Street in Dakota City
Pocahontas County Town Meeting
Pocahontas Public Library, Community Room
14 2nd Avenue Northwest in Pocahontas
Palo Alto County Town Meeting
Iowa Lakes Community College, Emmetsburg Campus, Campus Auditorium
3200 College Drive in Emmetsburg
Thursday, May 30
Emmet County Town Meeting
Iowa Lakes Community College, Auditorium, Room 16
300 South 18th Street in Estherville
Kossuth County Town Meeting
Kossuth County Courthouse, Assembly Room
114 West State Street in Algona
Wright County Town Meeting
Clarion Public Library
302 North Main Street in Clarion
Hamilton County Town Meeting
Hamilton County Extension Office
311 Bank Street in Webster City
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