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|2004: 2 visits, 2 days.
-Sen. Lieberman participated in the Brown & Black Forum at the Polk County Convention Complex in Des Moines, Iowa on the evening of January 11, 2004.
-Sen. Lieberman participated in the National Public Radio
Forum at Iowa State Extension Campus in Des Moines, Iowa early afternoon
on January 6, 2004.
2003: 10 visits, 15 days.
-Sen. Lieberman visited Iowa on September
1, 2003. He attended a reception with local activists at the
home of Sen. Joe Seng in Davenport; toured, visited with workers and held
a press avail at Genesis Medical Center in Davenport; attended a reception
with local activists at the Clinton County Democratic headquarters in Clinton;
and attended a reception with local activists at the home of Frank Kraus,
president of the local AFGE in Dubuque.
-Sen. Lieberman visited the
Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa on August 15, 2003.
With Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller he visited the 85-foot Iowa Watershed
Model in the Natural Resources Building, spoke and answered questions at
the Des Moines Register Soapbox, and visited fairgoers at the Varied Industries
-Haddassah Lieberman visited
on August 10-11, 2003. On August 10, accompanied by Attorney
General Tom Miller, she attended a reception at the home of Des Moines
School Board member Sam Baccam; and visited the Iowa State Fair, in Des
Moines. In the evening she attended a reception with local activists
at the Elmcrest Country Club in Cedar Rapids. On the morning of August
11 she toured Mercy Hospital in Cedar Rapids.
-Sen. Lieberman campaigned in
Iowa on August
6-7, 2003, continuing his "Joe's Jobs Tour." On August 6 he attended
a reception with Warren County Democratic activists at the home of state
Rep. Mark Davitt in Indianola; attended a roundtable discussion with Iowa
Manufacturing Extension Partnership (IMEP) leaders in Ankeny; and attended
a reception with Polk County Democrats at the home of Attorney General
Tom Miller in Des Moines. On the morning of August 7 he met with
local residents for a "Cup of Joe with Joe" stop at the Cedar Rapids Coffee
Company in Cedar Rapids; and spoke at Kirkwood Community College in Marion.
-On July 17, 2003 Sen. Lieberman spoke at Iowa
Western Community College in Council Bluffs, Iowa accompanied by
Dan Kinney, IWCC president, and attorney general Tom Miller as part of
"Joe's Jobs Tour." [The planned first stop
of the trip, a meeting with supporters at the home Rep. Doug Struyk in
Council Bluffs, was cancelled when Lieberman missed a flight in Florida].
-Sen. Lieberman visited Iowa on
8, 2003. He attended the Governor's Picnic in Mt. Pleasant and
officially opened his campaign office at 2605 Ingersoll Avenue in Des Moines.
-Sen. Lieberman visited eastern
on May 25-26, 2003. Starting early afternoon on May 25, he
attended a reception with Scott County Democrats at the Isle of Capri Resort
in Bettendorf; made an impromptu stop at the Dairy Queen in Dubuque; and
attended a reception with Dubuque County Democrats at the home of state
Rep. Pat Murphy in Dubuque. On May 26 he breakfasted with veterans
at American Veteran Post 49 in Cedar Falls; met with Waterloo and Cedar
Falls firefighters at Cedar Falls Fire Station; attended a reception with
Black Hawk County Democrats at a private residence in Waterloo; and attended
a reception with Linn County Democrats at the home of Fred and Muriel Rogers
in Cedar Rapids.
-Sen. Lieberman visited Iowa on May 11-12,
2003. On May 11 in Des Moines he attended a Mother's Day brunch
at Beth El Jacob Synagogue. [A planned lunch
with his mother at Latin King Restaurant was cancelled]. Proceeding
to Ames, he met with his mother, Marcia Lieberman; attended a reception
with Story County Democrats at the home of Pat Brown in Ames; and had dinner
with a small group of undecideds at Centro, an Italian restaurant in Des
Moines. He overnighted in Des Moines and attended a morning reception
with Polk County Democrats at Hotel Fort Des Moines.
Lieberman visited Iowa on April 10-11, 2003.
Arriving in Des Moines mid-day, he met privately with the DLC caucus; met
with South Des Moines community leaders; and met privately with Attorney
General Tom Miller. He traveled to Council Bluffs, where he attended
a meet and greet reception at the home of Paul Shomshor. He then
traveled to Fort Dodge. On the morning of April 11 he attended an
activists breakfast at Fort Dodge Public Library in Fort Dodge and met
with firefighters at the Fort Dodge Fire Department. [Lieberman
returned to Washington for a late Friday vote, missing a planned lunchtime
meet and greet reception at the home of Pat Brown in Ames; Matt Lieberman
phoned in and gave a speech via speakerphone].
-Sen. Lieberman made his first trip
to Iowa as a presidential candidate on February 16-17, 2003.
He arrived on the evening of February 16. On February 17 he ate breakfast
with Attorney General Tom Miller at Drake Diner in Des Moines; met privately
with activists at the Des Moines Marriott; met privately with Gov. Tom
Vilsack at the State Capitol then held a press availability; addressed
the House Caucus; addressed the Senate Caucus; and spoke at the Iowa Federation
of Labor's Annual Legislative Conference at Adventureland Inn in Altoona.
-Sen. Lieberman had planned to make
his first trip to
Iowa as a presidential candidate on February
2-3, 2003. but the trip was cancelled after the loss of the space
shuttle Columbia. On February 2 he was scheduled to tour the America's
River Project in Dubuque and attend a reception with a Democratic activists
hosted by Teri Goodman, former chair of the Dubuque County Democrats at
Bricktown Brewery. Proceeding to Cedar Rapids, he was to have held
a media availability at the Best Western Hotel; and spoken at a fundraiser
for the Linn Phoenix Club at the home of Bridget and Glenn Janus.
On February 3 in Bettendorf, he planned to join Mayor Ann Hutchinson to
visit patrons at Village Inn Restaurant and then visit Art Voellinger Fire
2002: 1 visit, 2 days.
2001: 1 visit, 1 day.
More Iowa Activity
Contributions by ROCPAC
**does not include $7,511.25 for "in-kind mailing" (10/8/02)
***Note there is a slight discrepancy. ROCPAC reported total contributions to candidates and committees of $729,878, while this tally shows $727,068. This does not include the two "in-kind mailings."
Sen. Lieberman at the Iowa State Fair on Aug. 14, 2002.
Copyright © 2002, 2003, 2004 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.