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Iowa College Republican State Central Committee Forms the 2009-10 IFCR Executive Board April 9, 2009

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For Immediate Release

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April 8th, 2009

 

 

State Central Committee Forms the 2009-10 IFCR Executive Board

 

Des Moines, Ia. – Newly elected Iowa College Republican Chairman Dane Nealson is proud to announce a flurry of appointments to the IFCR Executive Board after a Central Committee conference call last night.  All seven appointments were approved unanimously by the State Central Committee that consists of Chapter Chairs representing various schools throughout the state of Iowa.

 

The first board member appointed was Corey Becker who will serve as Executive Director.  Becker, a junior at Iowa State, will be serving on the IFCR Executive Board for the first time and was recently re-elected as Executive Director for the Iowa State College Republicans.  Previously he has served as the State Chair for Senator Fred Thompsons Student Coalition in Iowa, along with being the Chief Justice of the GSB Supreme Court and a member of the Iowa Students for McCain.

 

William Penn Senior Nik Rule was appointed as Public Relations Director; it will be his second time serving on the board.  In 2007, he served as Central Region Coordinator and is the current Chair and one of the founders of the William Penn College Republicans.  Rule previously worked for Senator Fred Thompson’s Presidential campaign as a Field Director and also served as State Chair for Senator John McCain’s Student Coalition in early 2007. 

 

Two regional coordinators were also appointed for the Eastern and Central parts of the state.  Hillary Block, a freshman at the University of Iowa, will serve as Eastern Region Coordinator.  Block is currently serving as the Secretary for the University of Iowa College Republicans.  Evan Clark, a junior at Drake University, will manage the Central part of the state.  Clark is currently serving as the Co-Chairman for the Drake College Republicans. 

 

Also as a part of Nealson’s plan to start a high school program Jason Covey was appointed as High School Outreach Coordinator.  Covey, a junior at Iowa State, interned for the Republican Party of Iowa in the 4th District last year and is currently serving as the Vice Chair for the Iowa State College Republicans.

 

Melisa Wink, a freshman from William Penn University, and Ingrid Bisenius, a freshman at the University of Iowa were appointed as Assistant High School Coordinators to Covey.  Wink is currently serving as Co-Chair of William Penn College Republicans and is a member of the university’s Student Government.  Bisenius, a freshman at the University of Iowa, was a major help to the Mariannette Miller-Meeks campaign and is currently serving as the Events Coordinator for the University of Iowa College Republicans.   

 

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