Week Two of the Primary Campaign

Week Two of the Primary Campaign

It is amazing how much we learn from experience. We had a really good plan to blitz western Iowa. And it was a good plan. Experience, however, helps us to recognize opportunity and take advantage of the moment.

Yesterday at our first stop a truck driver recognized me so we taped a brief interview with him. It was very encouraging and got us off to a good start.
Next we went to Webster City where the reporter ended our extensive interview with taking us to a near …

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Iowa’s Entitlement Program Exploits Poverty Rather Than Empowering People

“We don’t end poverty through entitlement. We end poverty through empowering people to understand their own self worth. We do it through unity, through dignity and work. This is how we address it. Not by exploiting it, in the name of compassion. But, by creating paths to opportunity. I’m tired of making people rich in the name of compassion, while we pay for it.”

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Sioux City Resident Shares Crime Rate Concerns with Narcisse

Education & Budget Top Concerns for Trucker Dan

Webster City Morning Glory Coffee Shop Owner on Iowa Self-Sufficiency

Campaign Update Narcisse for Governor

· Recapping January 21 – 27, 2014
· Cities & Schedule for: January 28 – February 2, 2014
TO: Iowa Democratic Party Officials, Supporters, News Media

SCHEDULE: January 28th – February 2nd
After an aggressive trek across Eastern Iowa the Jonathan Narcisse for Governor campaign will shift its focus to Western Iowa beginning today. 

On Tuesday (Jan 28) the campaign kicks off a three-day western Iowa trek starting in Mason City. From there it is onto Algona, Emmetsburg, Spencer, Storm Lake and Sioux City.

On Wednesday (Jan 29) the campaign will …

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Narcisse speaks at Des Moines’ Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration

Candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in Iowa for 2014, Jonathan Narcisse addresses the guests at Des Moines’ annual MLK celebration. Narcisse asserts that the war on poverty that was begun by LBJ 50 years ago has not been won and poverty in Iowa is color blind. He invokes the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s speech Why We Can’t Wait. And, he asserts that the enemy to this war on poverty is “within” and “in the mirror.”

Candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in …

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Narcisse Meets Student from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa

Narcisse Talks Small Business with Wapello’s Johnny B’s

Narcisse Visits Cremer’s Grocery in Dubuque, Iowa