Voting Rights in Iowa
OCTOBER 19, 2018
11:45 am – 1:00 pm
PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
4126 Ingersoll Ave, Des Moines
$10 per person (payable at the door) — includes lunch
Voting matters. Ensuring that every vote counts matters. Over the past two years, a lot has changed about voting rights in Iowa. Attendees will learn about the new Iowa Voter ID law, including updates on ongoing Voter ID lawsuit and voting rights for people with felony convictions. Attendees will also learn about efforts to protect voting rights in Iowa.
Daniel Zeno is policy director at the American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa. He is responsible for implementing the ACLU of Iowa’s policy and legislative strategy, including lobbying in the state legislature and working with policymakers at the county and city levels to advance the ACLU’s work. Prior to joining the ACLU of Iowa, Daniel represented Iowans living with low-incomes in civil cases as a staff attorney at Iowa Legal Aid in the Cedar Rapids office. Daniel is a 2009 graduate of the The University of Iowa College of Law. He earned a Master of Public Affairs (MPA) degree from Indiana University Bloomington and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Wabash College.
RESERVATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16.
Please email gro.a1540098609woiec1540098609naill1540098609ahtia1540098609fretn1540098609i@ofn1540098609i1540098609 or call 515.279.8715. If you make a reservation and are unable to attend, payment for your reservation is appreciated if you do not cancel by the Tuesday deadline.
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Crossroads is a monthly gathering of Interfaith Alliance of Iowa. An opportunity to learn, to participate in civil dialogue, and to discuss issues at the crossroads of religion and politics.