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Election Day Update

MEDIA ADVISORY
Contact: Michael Elliott / IFA Chairman (563) 505-3925

Iowans For Accountability (IFA) Host Scott County Supervisor Election Night Party at Front Street Brewery

DAVENPORT, IOWA | TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2010 -  The new alternative to the Democrats and Republicans, Iowans For Accountability, or IFA, will be celebrating history being made in Scott County as the first Non Party Political Organization ever on the ballot for the County Supervisor positions. There are three seats at stake this election and Jesse Anderson, John Riley and John Green are vying for all three spots, representing IFA.  

This evening, beginning at 8:30 p.m. the IFA candidates, delegates, campaign team and supporters will be gathering at Front Street Street Brewery in downtown Davenport.  "We are excited not only about what we've accomplished as the independent voice for Scott County residents, but we are also excited about what happens moving forward, regardless of the election results. We've built the template for accountability in Scott County, and it is desperately needed at the County Supervisor level," says IFA Chairman Michael Elliott. 

"Our Supervisors have not been supervising. And tax payers are facing a 20% increase in their property taxes, with no end in sight, thanks to the rubber stamping of both parties to date of projects like SECC911. But, ultimately it is the people's responsibility to hold these supervisors accountable, and now IFA is here to help the people with that duty."

Voters interested in meeting the IFA candidates and leadership are encouraged to visit Front Street Brewery after 8:30 p.m.

For more information visit www.ScottCountyIFA.com

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