Center for American Progress Action Fund CEO Neera Tanden to join Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley, Congressman Dave Loebsack, and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg as a Featured Speaker at 3rd annual Progress Iowa Corn Feed on Sept. 10
Progress Iowa announced today that Center for American Progress Action Fund CEO Neera Tanden will join Senator Jeff Merkley (D-Oregon), Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South Bend, Indiana), and Iowa’s own Congressman Dave Loebsack as a featured speaker at the 3rd annual Progress Iowa Corn Feed on Sunday, September 10th.
The Progress Iowa Corn Feed will begin at 1:00 PM CT on Sunday, September 10th at the Simon Estes Amphitheater in Des Moines, and general admission tickets cost $30. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit http://progia.us/cornfeed. Media interested in covering the event should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Progressives across the country are mobilizing to stand up for our shared values and take back our country,” said Neera Tanden, CEO of the Center for American Progress Action Fund. “I’m excited to come to Iowa and work with partners like Progress Iowa to fight inequality, support working families, and move our country forward.”
“Neera Tanden has been one of the strongest and boldest voices standing up for progressive ideas in this country, and we are thrilled that she’ll be joining us for this year’s Corn Feed,” said Matt Sinovic, executive director of Progress Iowa. “Under her leadership, the Center for American Progress Action Fund has become a tremendous resource for policy ideas and progressive activism. We’re excited she’s coming to Iowa, and can’t wait to hear her vision for our country!”
In addition to the featured addresses from Tanden, Merkley, Loebsack, and Buttiegieg, every announced Democratic candidate for Governor will be speaking. The complete agenda of speakers will be released in the coming days. The Progress Iowa Corn Feed will also feature local progressive organizations, businesses, and artists for a fun-filled afternoon! Last year’s event drew hundreds of attendees and featured organizations and progressive leaders from across the state.