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Walker Iowa Visits
rationale, methodology and limitations | this page updated on Sept. 24, 2015
Through 3rd Quarter 2015
- Walker suspended his campaign on Sept. 21 -
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on September 19-20, 2015. On the evening of September 19 he spoke at Iowa FFC's Family Banquet and Presidential Forum at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines. On September 20 he did a meet and greet at Serena's Coffee Cafe in Amana; a meet and greet at the Pizza Ranch in Vinton; and spoke at a fundraiser for state Sen. Dan Zumbach at his family farm in Delaware County.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on September 11-13, 2015.
On September 11 he did a meet and greet at the Decker Hotel in Maquoketa; a meet and greet at Campbell Farms in Grand Mound; a meet and greet at the Tipton Family Restaurant in Tipton; and in the evening he and Tonette made an unannounced stop at a high school football game at Tipton High School.
On September 12 he held a tailgate party at the Grundy Center Community Center in Grundy Center; stopped by the Iowa GOP's Cy-Hawk tailgate at Lot S-7, East of Jack Trice Stadium and, with Tonette, attended the Iowa vs. Iowa State game in Ames.
On September 13 he went to services with Sen. Chuck Grassley at Prairie Lakes Church in Cedar Falls; and did a meet and greet at the Buttermilk Cafe in Independence.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on August 26-27, 2015.
On August 26 he did a meet and greet at Cronk's Cafe in Denison; a campaign stop at Miller's Kitchen in Onawa; a campaign stop at Penny's Diner in Missouri Valley; a meet and greet at the Pizza Ranch in Harlan; and a campaign stop at Darrell's Place in Hamlin.
On August 27 he did a meet and greet at The Corner Coffee Shop in Greenfield; and a meet and greet at Prime Time in Guthrie Center.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on August 17, 2015. He attended the State Fair in Des Moines, including the Soapbox at 10 a.m., WHO radio interview, and stops at Iowa Pork Producers tent, Iowa Farm Bureau tent, and the Varied Industries building, did a meet and greet at the Maid-Rite in Webster City; and did a meet and greet at the Pizza Ranch in Clarion.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on July 31, 2015. He did a meet and greet at Tom and Tiff's in Glenwood; a stop at Penn Drug (the oldest family-owned drug store) in Sidney; a business tour at the Earl May Nursery and Garden distribution center in Shenandoah; a meet and greet at the Earl May headquarters in Shenandoah; a town hall at Firehouse Restaurant in Red Oak; and did a meet and greet event for state Sen. Tom Shipley at the Masonic Lodge in Atlantic.
>Gov. Scott Walker toured around Iowa in an RV on July 17-19, 2015, his first trip as a declared candidate.
On July 17 he held a rally and meet and greet at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport; a town hall meeting at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art auditorium in Cedar Rapids; and a cookout and meet and greet at his Iowa headquarters in Urbandale.
On July 18 he did a meet and greet at the Hy-Vee in Council Bluffs; a meet and greet at the Western Iowa GOP office in Sioux City; a meet and greet at Carroll Cycle Center in Carroll; spoke at The FAMiLY Leadership Summit at Stephens Auditorium in Ames; and did a cookout at JD Heil Farms Ltd. in Haverhill.
On July 19 he spoke at an event for state Rep. Pat Grassley at Pipac Centre on the Lake in Cedar Falls; visited family friends from his childhood hometown at the Dietz Farm in Plainfield; did a meet and greet at Giese Manufacturing in Dubuque; and made an unannounced stop at DQ in Dubuque (National Ice Cream Day).
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on June 6-7, 2015. On June 6 he participated in Sen. Ernst's "Roast and Ride" fundraiser starting at Big Barn Harley Davidson Des Moines in Des Moines and riding a Harley to Iowa Expo in Boone, where he spoke; and in the evening he was the guest speaker a fundraiser for Sen. Grassley at First Citizens National Bank in Mason City. On June 7 he spoke, did Q&A and met with attendees at the Republican Party of Iowa Office in Hiawatha.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on May 16, 2015. He attended a Blue Jean Bash hosted by Dallas County Record Chad Airhart at the Stine Party Barn in West Des Moines; attended a fundraiser for state Rep. John Landon at The Pinnacle Club in Ankeny; and in the evening spoke at the Republican Party of Iowa's Lincoln Dinner in Des Moines.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on April 24-25, 2015.
On April 24 he made a stop at the Scott County Republican headquarters in Davenport; did a meet and greet fundraiser for Blum for Congress at the Marriott Hotel in Cedar Rapids; did a private discussion with state Sen. Randy Feenstra and local leaders in Sioux Center; and in the evening he spoke at the North West Iowa Republican Fundraiser (supporting the Cherokee, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Plymouth and Sioux County parties) at Northwest Iowa Community College's Lifelong Learning & Recreational Center in Sheldon.
>As reported by WisPolitics.com Gov. Scott Walker met with the Republican legislative caucuses at the Capitol in Des Moines, Iowa on April 21, 2015.
On April 25 he spoke to a group at the Our American Revival office in Urbandale; did a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. David Young at the Machine Shed in Urbandale; and spoke at Iowa FFC's presidential candidate forum in Waukee.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Iowa on March 7-8, 2015. On March 7 he appeared at the Iowa Agriculture Summit in Des Moines; and in the evening attended a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. Rod Blum at Hotel Julien Dubuque in Dubuque. On the morning of March 8 he (attended services at Lutheran Church of Hope in West Des Moines); had breakfast with Sam Clovis, Brad Zaun, Chad Airhart and others at the Machine Shed in Urbandale; and did a meet and greet at Our American Revival headquarters in Urbandale.
>Gov. Scott Walker visited Des Moines, Iowa on January 24, 2015. The Des Moines Register reported he planned private meetings; he spoke at the Iowa Freedom Summit; and he was to meet with activists afterwards.
(Gov. Scott Walker participated in the 48th annual Midwest U.S.-Japan Association conference at the Des Moines Marriott in Des Moines, Iowa on September 8, 2014. ...non-political, not included in tally)
>Gov. Scott Walker keynoted the Polk County Republican Party’s Robb Kelley Club Spring Dinner at Sheraton Hotel in West Des Moines, Iowa on May 23, 2013.