Events last week in the Middle East have placed veterans and their issues front and center; Now as ever, veterans and their families need answers.
The Veterans National Recovery Center (VNRC) announces “Veterans’ Moment of Truth” featuring 2 civic events: Presidential Open Forum (VETPOF) & the Iowa Senate Debate. Topics will be generally veterans, defense and foreign policy. The “Veterans’ Moment of Truth” will be held at the Historic Five Flags Theater, 405 Main Street, Dubuque, Iowa on January 11, 2020. All active presidential & Iowa senatorial candidates have been invited.
Doors open at 8:30am; A US Presidential Candidate will appear at 9:00am; Iowa’s US Senate Debate will run from 10am – 12:00pm. More US Presidential Candidates and campaigns will follow.
Attendance is FREE; Requesting courteous priority be given to veterans and their families.
Each candidate attending will be given 45 minutes on stage which will include opening comments, a short standard set of common questions, and then questions submitted by members of the audience.
The Veterans National Recovery Center (VNRC) in collaboration with local veterans organizations formally invited the following presidential candidates to appear at the VETPOF:
IOWA SENATE DEBATE**
This is a debate format. Senators will be given questions ranging from veterans affairs generally to defense and foreign policy.
The Veterans National Recovery Center (VNRC) in collaboration with local veterans organizations formally invited the following Iowa senatorial candidates to appear:
This will be the only veterans-exclusive event prior to the February 3 Iowa Precinct Caucuses.