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CCI endorses three movement candidates in North Central Iowa

Tracy Freese is a CCI Action member, a working mom, and a candidate for Senate District 25.

Brenda Brink is a former Iowa CCI board member who is running for House District 49.

Nick Schutt is a family farmer who currently sits on the Iowa CCI board and is running for Hardin County Supervisor.

As with all our endorsements, this decision was made by an endorsement committee made up of our leaders in the district who surveyed and interviewed the three candidates about issues and about how they’re doing politics differently. Read the candidates answers to the survey here.

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July 21 Workshop Lineup

July 21 Workshop Lineup

What are you willing to fight for? The stakes are high in 2018! Almost all statewide offices are up for election, including the Governor’s seat. This election will shape Iowa for generations. We need to fight today for our shared future and be clear about what it should look like.

On July 21 we come together for our annual convention to plan the fight of our lives. Don't miss the chance to learn from and be inspired by these powerful movement leaders.

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CCI Action endorses Tracy Freese for State Senate District 25

CCI Action endorses Tracy Freese for State Senate District 25

This race is a big deal: it’s a chance to elect a people-first champion right in the heart of factory farm territory.

That’s why the CCI Action Board of Directors voted to assemble an endorsement committee to check out Tracy’s campaign, and decide whether it would make sense to endorse her.

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CCI Action caucus night results

CCI Action caucus night results

At the heart of our vision of doing politics differently is putting people and planet first.

Read the caucus night energy and results for the seven counties we organized for Cathy Glasson. And what's ahead.

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What is Movement Politics?

What is Movement Politics?

We're excited to do politics differently. But what does that mean exactly? Take a look at the chart we developed after a series of meetings with our members across the state.

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