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Press Release - Dole to Visit Iowa

January 23, 1996

GOP Presidential frontrunner Senator Bob Dole will visit Iowa on Wednesday, January 24, 1996. He will attend events in Cedar Rapids, Anamosa and Clinton. Media attending should arrive thirty minutes early for set-up and will be asked to provide local or national media credentials.

The press bus will depart from the baggage claim at the Cedar Rapids Airport at 10:30am CST. The bus will meet Senator Dole at the first event and will follow Senator Dole throughout the day on Wednesday. After the Clinton Town Hall Meeting, the bus will depart and drive to the Cedar Rapids Airport and then on to Waterloo, IA. Interested media should contact Nancy Carlson in the Iowa Headquarters at (515) 288-1996. Media will be billed for transportation and food.

WHO:      Senator Bob Dole

WHAT:     Tour Cedar Rapids Police Department

WHERE:    Roll Call Room

           310 2nd Avenue, SW

           Cedar Rapids, IA

WHEN:     Wednesday, January 24, 1996 from 11:45am to 11:30am CST

FACILITY: mult, TV lighting

WHAT:     Linn County Town Hall Meeting and Campaign Announcement

WHERE:    Lobby

           Veterans Memorial Building

           50 2nd Avenue Bridge

           Cedar Rapids, IA

WHEN:     Wednesday, January 24, 1996 from 11:45am to 12:30pm CST

FACILITY: mult, riser, TV lighting

WHAT:     Tour Iowa State Men's Reformatory

WHERE:    604 North High Street

           Anamosa, IA

WHEN:     Wednesday, January 24, 1996 from 1:25pm to 2:05pm CST

WHAT:     Jones County Town Hall Meeting

WHERE:    Lawrence Community Center

           600 East Main Street

           Anamosa, IA

WHEN:     Wednesday, January 24, 1996 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm CST

FACILITY: mult, TV lighting

WHAT:     Clinton County Town Hall Meeting

WHERE:    Clinton Boat Club

           40 4th Avenue, South

           Clinton, IA

WHEN:     Wednesday, January 24, 1996 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm CST

FACILITY: mult, TV lighting

Robert Dole, Press Release - Dole to Visit Iowa Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/315625

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