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Dear Delegate/Alternate,

With the District Convention on Saturday, April 9th fast approaching, we wanted to get some important details into your hands. Due to an extremely compressed timeline between County and District Conventions this year, we are emailing out the District Convention Tabloid containing the Agenda, Rules, Platform and other information.

You can find a copy HERE. Below is a text version of it, but the online link will show pictures and maps.

If you are having trouble opening the attachment, it is also posted on www.iowagop.org.

Physical copies of the tabloid will be available at the Convention. This year, the 1st District Convention will be held at: Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center 8201 Dakota St Cedar Falls, IA 50613 Credentialing begins at 8:30AM, the Convention starts at 10:00AM. Please arrive on time so that you can be seated with your county’s delegation!

If you have any questions, please give me a call at 515-341-3720 or email adam@iowagop.org. I look forward to seeing you on Saturday!
Sincerely, Adam Wachholz Regional Political Director, Republican Party of Iowa 515-341-3720 adam@iowagop.org


First District

Republican Convention

Saturday, April 9, 2016 – Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center, 8201 Dakota St, Cedar Falls, IA 50613

Report of the Committee on Rules

Proposed Rules for the Iowa GOP 1st

District Convention

Saturday, April 9, 2016

1. General Rules

a. Roberts Rules of Order Newly Revised 11th Edition shall guide the Convention, as amended by the following rules. The Convention shall, by a majority vote, elect a permanent Convention chair.

b. The motion to Suspend the Rules shall be in order provided such motion is supported by twenty-five (25) delegates. A two-thirds (2/3) vote shall be required to suspend the rules.

c. The motion to Appeal shall be in order provided such motion is supported by twenty-five (25) delegates. A majority vote shall be required to overturn a ruling of the chair.

d. The motion to Adjourn shall only be recognized if the platform debate is complete, there is no longer a quorum, or it is time to vacate the hall.

e. The motions Previous Question, Lay on the Table, Reconsider, and Close Nominations shall be out of order during the Convention.

f. Prior to addressing the Convention, all speakers shall identify themselves by name and county.

g. Convention Speakers: Federal and statewide elected officials and candidates, or their official representatives, may be recognized, throughout the day, and allowed three (3) minutes to speak. Candidates for local, county and legislative offices will be recognized, throughout the day, but not allowed to address the assembly. At the discretion of the Convention Chair, other Republican dignitaries will be recognized under the aforementioned rule.

h. The Agenda submitted shall be a part of these rules.

2. Delegates

a. No County delegation or portion thereof shall be seated unless their entire delegate assessment has been received by the Republican Part of Iowa in full no later than 9:00 AM on April 9th. No partial payment shall be accepted for partial seating of a delegation.

b. Credentialing starts at 8:30 AM for delegates. Alternates can sign up to be credentialed and be seated at the discretion of their county chair. Delegates will be credentialed by their county chair if they arrive any time after 10:00 AM. A person who arrives late must find a sergeant-at-arms and be escorted to their County Chair to be credentialed.

c. Any delegate who must leave the convention prior to adjournment should report to the County Chair or designee before leaving and turn over the credentials to be given to an appropriate alternate.

d. Alternates shall be seated in sequential order. In the event a delegate arrives late, or returns to the convention after being present earlier, and the delegate has been replaced by an alternate, the delegate shall report to the County Chair via a sergeant-at-arms. The seated alternate delegate holding the credentials for the late-arriving delegate shall turn over the credentials to the arriving delegate. The alternate shall return to the alternate seating section, and be placed back on the alternate roster in their previous position.

e. Members of the Credentials Committee (as many as necessary) and a sergeant-at-arms as appointed by the Organization Committee will be provided to check badges at the door from 10:00 AM on.

f. Each county chairperson shall certify to the Credentials Committee Chair by 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, and 1:00 PM on the day of the convention, the names of the delegates and alternates seated as delegates for their respective counties.

g. A Quorum exists if at least thirty-five percent (35%) of the certified delegates determined present at the time of the original Credentials Committee Report are present on the Convention floor. At the point a quorum no longer exists, the remaining platform planks as submitted shall be forwarded to the State Platform Committee. The report of the junior shall be accepted.

3. Voting Rules

a. Electronic voting devices provided y the Republican Party of Iowa shall be utilized for all elections and other votes as designated by the chair. Voting devices MUST be returned at the conclusion of the Convention.

b. Voting by proxy will not be permitted. Only seated delegates shall be allowed to cast a vote.

c. The maximum number of votes per county shall consist of the number of delegates present and alternates seated as delegates in each county as listed in the report of the Credentials Committee.

d. Following a voice vote, a delegate may request a division provided that the call for division is supported by fifteen (15) delegates.

4. Nominations and Elections

a. The order of voting for offices to be filled by the District Convention shall be: State Central Committee members, State Convention Committee members, National Delegates, National Committee members and Presidential Elector.

b. Four (4) members shall be elected to the State Central Committee

c. Four (4) members shall be elected to the State Convention Platform Committee

d. Two (2) members shall be elected to the State Convention Rules Committee

e. Two (2) members shall be elected to the State Convention Organization Committee

f. Two (2) members shall be elected to the State Convention Credentials Committee

g. Two (2) members shall be elected to the State Nominating Committee

h. Three (3) National Delegates shall be elected by the body

i. Three (3) National Alternate Delegates shall be elected by the body

j. One (1) Presidential Elector shall be elected by the body

k. No nomination speeches shall be permitted. Each nomination must be seconded and no seconding speeches shall be permitted. When nominations have been closed, each nominee may speak to the convention for two (2) minutes. Persons nominated may withdraw from consideration prior to any ballot being taken.

l. No more than one member per county shall be elected to any committee.

m. Candidates must receive a majority of the vote (more than half) to be elected to any position. If multiple votes are required to fill a position, on each subsequent vote, the lowest vote getter shall be removed from consideration.

5. Platform Amendments and Debate

a. Any amendment to the report of the District Platform Committee must be in legible writing or typed and signed by no fewer than twenty-five (25) delegates, with no more than nine (9) from one county. Such amendments must be submitted to the Convention Secretary by 11:30 AM on Convention day. Each amendment must be on a separate sheet of paper and must indicate the section of the Platform Committee Report to which it pertains. It also must indicate the county signatories and must have the signatories’ counties printed or typed next to their signatures.

b. All amendments meeting the signature requirement and submission deadline shall be brought before the Convention for approval during the appropriate section of the platform debate.

c. There shall be no secondary amendments to platform amendments.

d. An amendment must be properly filed to discuss/debate or hold a vote on an individual plank.

e. After each amendment has been discussed and voted upon, that section as amended shall be voted upon without debate.

f. In debate on the platform, speakers on each amendment shall be limited to three (3) pro and three (3) con, with one (1) minute per speech. The author of each amendment shall be given the opportunity to speak first in favor of his or her amendment. No delegate may speak more than once during debate on a single

Proposed Agenda for the Iowa GOP

1st District Convention

Saturday, April 9, 2016 – Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center, 8201 Dakota St, Cedar Falls, IA 50614

8:00am Credentials and Organization Committee meeting

8:30am Delegates arrive

9:30am Rules Committee meeting (if applicable)

9:40am Deadline for delegates to pick up credentials

10:00am: Meeting begins, welcome comments. Junior delegates will remain seated with delegation until opening comments conclude

11:30am: Deadline for amendments to be submitted of the Platform Committee. They must also have no fewer than 25 signatures, no more than nine from one county. Signees have to be delegates.

I. Call to Order

II. Invocation

III. Presentation of Colors

IV. Pledge of Allegiance

V. National Anthem

VI. Introduction of Elected Officials and State Candidates *

VII. Roll Call of Counties by Temporary Secretary

VIII. Dismissal of Jr. Delegates

IX. Committee Reports

a. Credentials

b. Organization

c. Rules

X. Adam Wachholz, Test vote – E-voting**

XI. Election of Permanent Chair

XII. Election of Permanent Secretary

XIII. State Central Committee Elections (4)

XIV. State Standing Committee Elections

a. State Organization Committee (2)

b. State Platform Committee (4)

c. State Rules Committee (2)

d. State Credentials Committee (2)

e. Nominating Committee (2)

XV. National Delegate Election

a. Elect 3 National Delegates

b. Elect 3 National Alternate Delegates

c. C. Elect 1 National Elector

XVI. Lunch (at discretion of the Chair)Plat form Committee Reports

XVII. Jr. Delegate Report

XVIII. Additional Business

XIX. Adjourn

*Candidates will be visiting multiple sights on the day of the convention. The chair has discretion to work into the agenda the moments most reasonable for candidates to speak.

**We encourage all counties to have one or two people who are tech savvy to be available to help non tech people with the E-vote system.

Special Note from the Credentials Committee

Credentialing tables will be set up in the main entrance of the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center.

Credentialing will begin at 8:30AM, the convention begins at 10:00AM. Delegates will need to present a photo ID in order to be credentialed. Alternates will be seated in the sequential order submitted after county conventions; they will be given their alternate credential and delegate credential.

If delegates arrive late, the delegate is to find the Sergeant at Arms, who will escort the delegate to their respective county credential committee member to get checked-in so that alternates can be rotated out as


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2016 First District Republican Platform

2016 Iowa

Republican 1st District Platform


As Republicans we uphold the principles of individual responsibility and liberty, adherence to traditional moral standards, a strong national defense, a free enterprise system, and respect for the sanctity of human life, and freedom of religion and the free exercise thereof. We believe in the retaining the original intent of our Constitution. We believe high moral character is a necessity of public servants. The highest standard of character should be embodied in both private and public life. We encourage the proliferation of these principles and their passage to future generations.



The following are the fundamental principles that make up the platform of the Republican Party of Iowa:

Our nation is a Constitutional Republic whose Foundation is the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

We acknowledge our rights derive from our Creator and are therefore unalienable and include Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness (e.g.private property). Further, the Right to Life shall be understood to include all people from conception to natural death. We are a nation governed by people elected to public office that are sent to represent us, the citizens. Our Constitution provides limits to governmental power, explicitly details our fundamental rights and insures that only the enumerated powers contained within the Constitution are executed by the federal government. All other functions of government are left to the state and local governments.

We are a Sovereign Nation.

We are a Sovereign Nation with defined borders, governed by a set of laws determined by our representatives, guided by our Constitution and protected by a military strong enough to defend our nation and its interests.

The Oath of Office of all civil servants, elected and employed, should guide their actions.

As citizens, we demand that our elected officials take their office and its duties and responsibilities to us, our country and our Constitution seriously and act in accordance with their individual Oaths of Office.

Fiscal Responsibility is a fundamental function of any local, state or federal entity.

It is a fundamental expectation that government entities act in a financially responsible manner; it follows that limiting the size and scope of government is a necessary component of achieving this end.

Personal Responsibility is the primary duty of all citizens.

We are a nation of individuals held together by a common vision. We are not servants of the government; we are not dependent on the benevolence of society for our survival. Our possibilities are limitless where a free market is allowed to operate without government distortion; they should not be limited by our local, state and federal government. We are citizens of our country. We as individuals are responsible for our successes and failures.

2016 Iowa

Republican 1st District



This document enumerates what we Republicans of Iowa identify as the legislative priorities and stances for our elected representatives.


1.1 Human life is a sacred gift from our Creator and is a fundamental right as outlined in the Declaration of Independence. This right is innately valuable in every stage and development from conception to non-intervened natural death. No human life should ever be diminished, and innocent human life must neverbe arbitrarily taken. We demand that federal and state law acknowledge the indisputable and scientifically-proven fact that life begins at the moment of conception with the creation of a unique and permanent DNA signature for each individual.

1.2 We oppose the use of public funding for abortion services and abortifacients.

1.3 We support an amendment to both the U.S. and the Iowa Constitutions defining and supporting the honored institution of marriage as the legal union between one natural man and one natural woman.

1.4 We support non-embryonic stem cell research, while opposing human cloning and research using fetal tissue from abortions.

1.5 We demand action to make clear that the 14th amendment protections apply to unborn children


2.1 We support the complete repeal of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) in total, and replacing it with a customer-based free market solution. We support allowing patients and health care providers to make healthcare decisions and plans without interference from the government.

2.2 We believe that parents are responsible for their children, and we support the rights of parents to be the ultimate authority for their children to discipline, protect, and educate their children and oppose the recognition of the United Nations Convention on “The Rights of the Child”.

2.3 We believe money should follow the child in education; whether that child attends public, private, or parochial schools; to assist parents financially in educating their children using the option best suited to their family’s educational needs. We call on the General Assembly to provide for tuition vouchers, tax deductions, or tax credits to permit parents’ choice in educating their children –without government intervention in the school curriculum. Competition is needed to improve the quality of education.

2.4 We support the abolishment any federal or state law or regulations, such as Common Core or Iowa Core that establishes, funds, mandates or controls core standards, curriculum, assessments or tests intended for children from birth to age of majority.

2.5 We strongly believe in the natural right of individuals to keep and bear arms, as recognized and protected by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and we support the repeal of existing laws that infringe upon those rights.

2.6 We support “Conscience Clause” legislation so that no person, business, or organization can be penalized for its exercise of religious freedom by not providing services that violates their religious beliefs.

2.7 We believe Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to Senators, Representatives, and government officials; and Congress shall make no law that applies to Senators, Representatives, and government officials that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States.

2.8 We support retaining the Electoral College. We oppose the National Popular Vote Compact.

2.9 We support the addition of “stand your ground” and “castle doctrine” provisions to Iowa law, which would strengthen the legal protection of Iowans who find it necessary to use reasonable force to repel a violent attack. We also demand the elimination of “gun free zones”.

2.10 We support legislation that would prohibit any organization, including Planned Parenthood, from teaching sex education in our public schools. These agencies should be prohibited from entering public school properties for the purpose of promoting promiscuous behavior and abortion products, videos, or printed material.

2.11 We support parent and guardian rights to read and study curriculum and to observe their child in the classroom. Parents and guardians have the right to be informed and to opt out their child from health and wellness screenings and assessments, tests or surveys not specific to core academic areas.

2.12 We would support legislation designed to enact Tort Reform.

2.13 The Patriot Act and the actions of national intelligence agencies shall not infringe American citizens’ 4th Amendment rights.


3.1 We oppose federal or state government taking private property away from the owner for the use of another private party. Eminent domain should be used only for public use, and we call for Congress to overturn the Kelo (Eminent Domain) ruling.

3.2 We support legislation requiring all new proposed regulations by government agencies (EPA, Dept. of Ag, Dept. of Interior, etc.) relating to public goods receive congressional authorization prior to their implementation.

3.3 We support the elimination of all state and federal ‘death taxes’.

3.4 We support the repeal of the 16th amendment replacing it with a consumption tax.

3.5 We support the right of property owners to vote on bond issues in any district

A Message from the Chair and Co-Chair of the

Republican Party of Iowa

We’ll be blunt—the previous two years have seen a historic list of accomplishments at the Republican Party of Iowa. With the guidance and support of the State Central Committee, the Iowa GOP has experienced tremendous growth and success. Upon taking leadership of the party, the SCC set an ambitious goal of raising $300,000 in much-needed funds within the first three months. We surpassed this goal and used these resources to lay the groundwork for a critical 2014 midterm election. As you know, Iowa Republicans experienced momentous victories, to include:

• Electing Joni Ernst as Iowa’s first female to the United States Senate.

•Re-electing Governor Branstad to a historic sixth term.

• Expanding the Republican majority in the Iowa House.

• Partnering with the Republican National Committee to knock on over 600,000 doors and make over 1 million phone calls!

• Initiating the largest absentee ballot program in the history of the Republican Party of Iowa.

• Retaining Republican control of the offices of Secretary of State, Secretary of Agriculture, and State Auditor.

While we were certainly proud of these accomplishments, we did not stop there; conscious of Iowa’s coveted first-in-the-nation status, the Republican Party of Iowa immediately took the steps to build the infrastructure and raise the funds necessary to run a flawless caucus in 2016. These steps included:

• Raising $1.2 million in both large and small dollar contributions in 2015.

• Hiring new caucus staff to help organize our 99 county parties and strengthen relationships between the state party, the District Executive Committees, and grassroots activists.

• Opening three new offices throughout the state and establishing a presence in the four congressional districts.

• Conducting more than 300 county caucus trainings throughout the state, providing activists with at least two trainings on caucus procedures before February 1st.

• Partnering with Microsoft on a state-of-the-art caucus reporting application that significantly increased the speed and accuracy of the presidential poll.

• Shortening our final vote verification process from two weeks in 2012 to less than forty-eight hours in 2016.

In all, the Republican Party of Iowa spent nearly $1 million and tens of thousands of hours on caucus trainings and preparations. These efforts culminated in a caucus that saw a record-shattering 187,000 Iowans turn out to support their candidate. Despite this incredible 53% increase in caucus attendance, we were able to register tens of thousands of new voters, record their presidential preference, and announce the winner of the Iowa caucus within three hours.

The successes of the Iowa GOP could not have been possible without the confidence and support of Iowa’s hardworking Republican activists. We want to personally thank you for serving as a delegate to the district convention. Your presence today is crucial for meeting the goals of the state party: advocating for conservative principles, maintaining our First-in-the-Nation status, and electing Republican candidates up and down the ballot.

Jeff Kaufmann, Chair

Dr. Cody Hoefert, Co-Chair

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where they pay property tax whether a resident of the district or not.

3.6 We support laws that prohibit ownership of Iowa farm land by foreign governments or entities controlled by such governments.

3.7 We believe anyone moving into areas zoned as agricultural should be prohibited from filing “nuisance” lawsuits. However, any previously established residents should retain the right to file against any expansion or development that infringes on their property rights.

3.8 We support retaining the step-up in basis on assets transferred from a decedent.

3.9 We oppose the overreach of the EPA and call for the repeal of the WOTUS rule and review any recent regulations issued by the EPA.



& Defense

4.1 We believe the United States should never sacrifice its sovereignty or relinquish control of its soil to the United Nations or any other international body.

4.2 We support legal immigration, the strict enforcement of our current immigration laws, the securing of our borders and punishing employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants. No individual, business, or entity should benefit from illegal immigration.

4.3 We support Israel’s sovereignty in maintaining an undivided Jerusalem and as a critical military ally.

4.4 We oppose the United Nations’ Agenda 21 plan, which restricts or destroys the property rights of Americans under the guise of environmentalist initiatives such as Sustainable Development, Smart Growth, Wildlands Project, The Tomorrow Plan, and others with similarly “Green” sounding names.

4.5 We assert that bequeathing citizenship to babies born to illegal immigrants in the United States is a misinterpretation of the 14th amendment.

4.6 We believe our servicemen should serve only the United States, our Constitution, and the American Flag. We are adamantly opposed to United Nations oversight of our military units, ceding national sovereignty to any foreign body, or to the establishment of a one-world government.

4.7 Proof of citizenship should be required for all voting.

4.8 We call for the government to support “veteran’s issues”. We believe military veterans should be treated with dignity and respect, and that “veterans services” should be consistent and delivered with equality and expedience.

4.9 We oppose all foreign aid to established governments and any organization that is unfriendly to the US

4.10 We demand an immediate repeal of the Iran Nuclear Deal and the Trans pacific partnership agreement


5.1 We support and affirm the fact our economy is based upon free enterprise, individual initiative, capitalistic principles, and that business and individuals create jobs; it is not the responsibility of the government. We oppose government distortion of the free market through subsidies and bailouts, and believe that the free market should determine wage rates and the price of goods.

5.2 We oppose the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) which covers seabed mining, navigation, ocean pollution, marine research and economic zones. LOST violates our sovereignty and endangers our national security and economic interests.

5.3 As an immigrant nation and to strengthen and unite us, we support the adoption of English as the official language of the United States of America

5.4 We support the construction of the Keystone Pipeline now, giving jobs to thousands of loyal Americans.

5.5 We call for repeal of the unconstitutional Davis-Bacon Act as well as Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank).

5.6 We believe energy independence must be the goal of our public policy at both the National and State level.

5.7 We call for legislation that would eliminate all public sector unions.

5.8 We oppose all mandates associated with global warming, or climate control. We reject “Cap and Trade” legislation.

5.9 We demand that all laws restricting the growing of industrial hemp be immediately eliminated.

5.10 We support legalizing cannabis oil for prescribed medical use.

5.11 We support a full and exhaustive annual audit of the Federal Reserve’s books until such time as the agency is abolished and a sound commodity-backed currency is adopted.

5.12 We believe unemployment benefits should be limited to 26 weeks.


6.1 We support the convening of a Convention of the States according to Article V of the United States Constitution for the purpose of limiting the Federal Government.

6.2 We call for the repeal of the 17th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

6.3 We support amending the Iowa Constitution to require a 2/3 vote of both Houses of the Iowa General Assembly to pass any bill that has the effect of raising state individual or corporate income taxes and state sales tax.

6.4 We support term limits for elected officials, appointed officials and judges.

6.5 We object to any special elections being held to raise taxes. Raising taxes should be voted on only at general elections. We support a five-year moratorium on defeated bond and tax issues before they are brought up for reconsideration.

6.6 We call for the abolition of the Iowa Department of Education and reinstitution of the Iowa Commission on Schools. We believe that control of education should be left to the parents, teachers and local school boards.

6.7 We demand a balanced federal budget and elimination of the national debt.

6.8 We demand an end to the access, collection, and/or storage of personal data by the federal government without a warrant.

6.9 We demand that all Iowa DNR game wardens, fish and wildlife, and army corps of engineers respect landowners and hunters 4thamendment constitutional rights. They shall have legal probable cause and/or search warrant to be on private property.

6.10 Before approval by the Federal and/or State legislatures, all proposed laws shall be a) determined to be Constitutional, b) weighed against unintended consequences, c) determined what entities benefit from the law, and d) must have a five-year end date which the law must be renewed or automatically terminated. Within five years, all Federal and/or State laws currently on the books must be reviewed for the above constraints or they will be terminated.

6.11 We believe the dissolution of certain federal agencies will restore the powers reserved to the states under the Bill of Rights. These agencies include but are not limited to the TSA, NSA, IRS, BLM, EPA, DOE,

6.12 We support drug testing for individuals to receive state and federal assistance (i.e. medical assistance, food stamps, financial assistance)

6.13 We support limiting early voting to one week before an election and call for an end to same day voter registration laws in Iowa.

6.14 We demand the immediate suspension of all federal funds to “Sanctuary Cities” and the prosecution of all government officials complicit in supporting them.

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Cont. from page 2

Special Note from the


CommitteeMeals and


Brown bag lunches will be allowed to be brought into the facility by delegates on an individual basis. We ask that you not eat in the Main hall but in the atrium or entrance area.

There are multiple restaurants within walking and a short driving distance. Attached is a brief list of Cedar Falls restaurants.

Asia Fusion – 5725 University Ave. CF

China Wok – 123 E 18th Street CF

Hongkong – 6306 University Ave CF

Hu Hot- 6301 University Ave CF

IPPA Asian Grill – 925 W. 22nd St. CF

Panda Express – University Ave CF

Sakura Japanese Steakhouse – University Ave CF

Applebee’s – University Ave. CF

Beck’s Taproom Grill – 3295 University Ave Waterloo

Buffalo Wild Wings – 6406 University Ave – CF

HyVee Market Café Grille . 6301 University Ave CF

Mulligan’s Brick Oven Grille – 205 E 18th St. CF

Peppers Grill and Sports Bar – 620 E. 18th St CF

Pump Haus Grill and Pub – 311 Main St. CF

Zsavooz Sports Lounge Grille – 206 Bradilynn CF – Out by Walmart off of 58

Culvers – Out by Walmart off of 58

Panera Bread – 6403 University Ave. CF

IHOP – Out by Walmart off of 58

McDonalds – Main and University Ave CF

Village Inn – University Ave – CF

Carlos O’Kelly’s – University Ave. – CF

Pablo’s Burritos – 310 Main St – CF

Poncheros Mexican Grille – University Ave. CF

Old Chicago – College Square Mall – University Ave. CF

Famous Dave’s – 6222 University Ave – CF

Walking distance and on College Hill

UNI – Union

The Library – 2222 College Street – CF

The Other Place Pizza – 2216 College St. CF

Sub City – 2218 College St. CF

Chad’s Pizza – 909 W. 23rd – CF

*there are other pubs, bars, and eateries in the College Hill area just off on campus on College St. Also Main Street in Cedar Falls has multiple restaurants as well.

Map of the 1st District


Saturday, April 9, 2016

Gallagher Bluedorn

Performing Arts Center

8201 Dakota St

Cedar Falls, IA 50613

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