August 30, 2015

Publications

28 Aug, 2015 - Special Publication

In an op-ed for the Ames Tribune, Jeff Angelo, former Republican state senator from Ames, and Jeff Danielson, current Democratic state senator from Waterloo, write projected higher debt levels should spur presidential candidates to discuss their plans for putting the federal budget on a more sustainable path. Angelo and Danielson are both members of the First Budget Iowa Cabinet. The op-ed can also be found here

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19 Aug, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Mason City Globe Gazette, Richard Dedor, a volunteer for First Budget, asks his fellow millennials to engage presidential candidates about their plans to put the federal budget on a sustainable course. The op-ed can also be found here.  A few facts: First, I am a Millennial... Read More
5 Aug, 2015 - Press Release
Concord, N.H. – In the first debate of the 2016 campaign tomorrow, it is critical that the Republican presidential candidates acknowledge the nation’s difficult budget challenges and ensure that the proposals they offer are fiscally responsible and realistic. First Budget has been active in Iowa... Read More
31 Jul, 2015 - Special Publication
The Chicago Tribune recently wrote an editorial praising First Budget for its efforts to engage presidential candidates on the unsustainable rise in national debt and says voters must urge candidates to address this "existential threat" facing the country. The article, behind a paywall, can be... Read More
20 Jul, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Cedar Rapids Gazette, The Concord Coalition's Sara Imhof, who serves First Budget's Iowa director, and Kim Reem, a member of First Budget's Iowa Cabinet and president of the Iowa Federation of Republican Women, ask Iowans to advocate for fiscal responsibility and... Read More
13 Jul, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Washington Monthly, Phil LaRue, government relations director for The Concord Coalition, explains how lawmakers can use an obscure legislative procedure to help find a long-term solution to fix the Highway Trust Fund before the fund reaches insolvency at the end of the... Read More
6 Jul, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition has hired Phil LaRue, a former senior advisor on Capitol Hill, as the organization's director of government relations. “We are delighted that Phil is joining The Concord Coalition team. His passion for fiscal responsibility, his strong communications skills and... Read More
27 Jun, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Nashua Telegraph, Harold Janeway, a former Democratic New Hampshire state senator, and Ed Dupont, a former Republican state Senate president, say the latest projections from the Congressional Budget Office show why presidential candidates need to address the long-term drivers of... Read More
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26 Jun, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition last night honored Mitch Daniels and Evan Bayh III -- two former Indiana governors who both built strong fiscal records in the state -- with the 2015 Paul E. Tsongas Economic Patriot Award. Bayh, a Democrat, served as Indiana’s 46th governor from 1989 to 1997,... Read More
23 Jun, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition on Thursday will honor Mitch Daniels and Evan Bayh III -- two former Indiana governors who have both wrestled with difficult fiscal decisions -- with the 2015 Paul E. Tsongas Economic Patriot Award. Bayh served as Indiana’s 46th governor from 1989 to 1997,... Read More
14 Jun, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier (Iowa) E.J. Giovannetti, an attorney and former Polk County Supervisor from Des Moines, and Doris Kelley, a former state representative from Cedar Falls, say voters across the political spectrum want presidential candidates to discuss how they would... Read More