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Press Release – For immediate release – January 12, 2006

Contact: Angel Head, Communications Director
Phone: 641-202-3383

Schulte to Announce Candidacy for Change in Congress
Will Return Reason and Respect to Western Iowa Representation

Creston, IA – Joyce Schulte will announce her candidacy to be Iowa’s next Congressperson from Iowa’s 5th Congressional District this Saturday, January 14 in a six-stop tour of the Western Iowa. Schulte will speak on a number of issues concerning Iowans and the American people.

Schulte talks about why she is running, "Western Iowans want and deserve to be represented by the highest possible level of integrity, compassion and knowledge in Congress. I will bring Iowa quality leadership to Capitol Hill. Iowa quality that will stop missteps like the FEMA disaster that happened after hurricane Katrina; will challenge every policy of the presidential administration to be honorable; and will not misrepresent history by hailing heroes where there are none and deriding the every day hero."

Schulte for Congress Schedule for January 14, 2006:

  • 7:30 a.m. – Press Conference – Creston, IA – Restored Depot – Schulte will address Economic Growth

  • 11 a.m. – Press Conference – Council Bluffs, IA – Senior Center, 7th Ave and S Main St – Schulte will address Senior Issues

  • 12:30 p.m. – Announcement Meet and Greet and lunch – Missouri Valley, IA – (CHANGE in location) Kopper Kettle, 1961 Hwy 30 – Schulte will address why she is running for Congress

  • 2 p.m. – Press Conference – Sioux City, IA – Sanford Center, 1700 Geneva St – Schulte will address Family Issues

  • 5 p.m. – Press Conference – Storm Lake, IA – Storm Lake High School Commons, 621 Tornado Dr – Schulte will address Education

  • 7:30 p.m. – Press Conference – Denison, IA – Yellow Smoke Park, Enclosed Shelter 2237 Yellow Smoke Rd. – Schulte will address Security – Event to be followed by Candidate meet and greet with supporters.

Schulte is Director of the Student Support Services program at Southwestern Community College in Creston, where she sees on a daily basis how government funding and policies can affect lives. She has a long history in the mental health field, education and family farming. A full biography will be available the day of the announcement at each location.


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