Representatives Diane Black & Ann Wagner Campaign for Dr. Miller-Meeks
August 20, 2014 | By Press Release Two Day Visit With Stops In Bettendorf, Mt. Pleasant, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, & Iowa City
OTTUMWA, IOWA – Today, Dr. Miller-Meeks is proud to announce that Representatives Diane Black, R-Tennessee & Ann Wagner, R-Missouri will be joining her on the campaign trail this Wednesday and Thursday for stops across Iowa's Second Congressional District. "I'm delighted that Representatives Diane Black and Ann Wagner are joining our campaign," said Dr. Miller-Meeks. "Both are strong leaders in the House of Representatives fighting for patient-centered health care reforms, policies that create good-paying jobs for our middle class, and a government that works for all of us." They will be holding various events to highlight Dr. Miller-Meeks background in medicine and her solutions to address the dysfunctional mess in Washington. Reps. Black & Wagner are involved in the National Republican Congressional Committee's (NRCC) Project GROW (Growing Republican Opportunities for Women) - an initiative dedicated to expanding the presence of Republican woman in Congress through recruitment, training, and support. The kickoff event of the trip will be a luncheon fundraiser at the home of Maggie Tinsman, former state legislator from Scott County, who helped create 50/50 in 2020 an organization dedicated to creating equity for women in Iowa politics by the year 2020. Local women leaders will be highlighted during the event along with the announcement of the "Women for Miller-Meeks" coalition. “As a nurse of over 40 years, I am proud to throw my full support behind my friend, Dr. Miller-Meeks,” said Congressman Black. “Our nation is at a cross roads, and now more than ever we need problem solvers in office who know how to responsibly address our broken health care system and bring commonsense to divided government. Dr. Miller-Meeks will bring a needed, experienced real world voice with her to Washington.” "Dr. Miller-Meeks' over two decades in the United States Army, her knowledge of our broken healthcare system and her leadership for Iowans is exactly what Washington needs," said Representative Wagner. "I know Dr. Miller-Meeks will work tirelessly in Congress to return healthcare decisions back to families and individuals and away from government bureaucrats. I am excited to endorse and campaign with this strong leader for Iowa." Schedule:
Wednesday, August 20
12:30pm to 1:30pm "Women for Miller-Meeks Luncheon Fundraiser"
Source: Sunlight Foundation's Party Time www.politicalpartytime.org. The Sunlight Foundation collects these invitations from anonymous lobbyist sources.