Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives

IA Rural Power advocates connect with Trump

December 6, 2015

Iowa Rural Power advocates connected with presidential candidate and Republican front-runner Donald Trump at events in Spencer and Davenport, Iowa, over the weekend. In Spencer, advocates were able to meet briefly with Mr. Trump at an event where the crowd was estimated at over 1,200. In Davenport, Iowa Rural Power advocates came prepared to talk about safe, reliable and affordable electricity. They listened to Trump's remarks from front row seats and participated in the event. After his speech, Trump connected with advocates, shook hands and exchanged comments in addition to taking photos.

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Iowa Rural Power advocates connected with presidential candidate and Republican front-runner Donald Trump at events in Spencer and Davenport, Iowa, over the weekend. In Spencer, advocates were able to meet briefly with Mr. Trump at an event where the crowd was estimated at over 1,200. In Davenport, Iowa Rural Power advocates came prepared to talk about safe, reliable and affordable electricity. They listened to Trump's remarks from front row seats and participated in the event. After his speech, Trump connected with advocates, shook hands and exchanged comments in addition to taking photos.

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