Republican candidate for Iowa Senate 39 to visit with voters prior to election
Mike Moore, Republican candidate for Iowa Senate District 39 will make a tour of Johnson County communities on Thursday, Oct 30 and welcomes voters to stop by to visit with him prior to the November 4 election.
The schedule for the day is:
10:00 am Capanna Coffee, 6 Pacha Parkway #710, North Liberty
11:30 am Kava House, 122 2nd Street SE, Swisher
1:30 pm Bryant's off 6, 107 W. Marengo Road, Tiffin
3:00 pm Augusta Restaurant, 101 S. Augusta Avenue, Oxford
Mike Moore is a US Air Force veteran, graduate of the University of Iowa and has been the CEO of the United Presbyterian Home in Washington, Iowa for over 30 years. He has served on the Washington city council, Washington School Board, and Washington economic Development Board.
"In these days just prior to the November 4 election, I look forward to meeting many of the residents of the Johnson County portion of Iowa Senate District 39 to answer their questions and let them hear about how I would keep taxes low, reduce government regulations and work to make life better for all Iowans as their next state senator," Moore stated.
Mike Moore lives in Washington with his wife, Elaine. They have four grown children and five grandchildren. Moore has been endorsed by Iowa US Senator Chuck Grassley and Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey.
Iowa Senate District 39 covers most of western and southern Johnson County, almost all of Washington County, and all of Keokuk County.
To learn more about Mike Moore, visit his website: MooreforIowa.com