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Caucus prep: Find your caucus, canvass the crowd, bring resolutions

Do you know your caucus location? Find it here: https://iwillvote.com/ The Iowa caucus engages lots of people in the political process, but it doesn’t keep them engaged in the long term. This year we’re lucky to have two candidates, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, who are inspiring Iowans to stand for big, bold progressive change. Help us connect those people to the year round work on Medicare for All, Clean Water, and a Green New Deal! Connecting with as many progressive Iowans as we can is important because we know big change happens from the bottom up — and we need a whole lot of people to make that happen here in Iowa! That’s why we’re gathering signatures on our “Get Big Money Out of Politics” petition at the caucus. Can you be part of the process of bringing more people into the long-term movement here in Iowa? Watch the training and download a script to talk to people. Then you can get their signatures on this...

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Voting in Iowa

Thanks to Paul Pate, Kim Reynolds, and Republican legislators, voting in Iowa’s primary will be harder this year than ever before. Here’s what you need to know about absentee voting, voting by mail, and Iowa’s voter ID laws this year...

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Our View: Time for Schultz to stand down on non-existent voter fraud

He’s on a politically motivated crusade to restrict voting for everyday people and hardworking families. His witch-hunt for non-existent voter fraud is taking Iowa in the wrong direction.

We need universal voter registration and big money out of politics, not more voter intimidation and suppression.

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Schultz must clarify election rules to protect voting rights

At least three registered voters were temporarily turned away from an urban precinct in Des Moines Tuesday because they did not have photo identification.

New election rules issued by Schultz’s office after Voter ID legislation stalled at the statehouse have been criticized as confusing because they state that poll workers may ask voters to show ID.

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