Jonathan Narcisse, the independent Iowa Party candidate for governor has the Skills, the Experience and the Solutions to save Iowa's state government from its own weight of corruption, inefficiency and wastefulness.
90.4% of Iowa's General Fund consists of expenses for Health and Human Services, Education and Justice.
Jonathan Narcisse is the only candidate providing Iowans documented Solutions for these critical failing areas.
Jonathan is the only candidate telling Iowans the truth about both major candidates’ records, their parties, and how corrupt state government enables both corporate and social welfare, resulting in a shrinking Iowa population.
On Friday, November 12, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. Jonathan Narcisse broadcasted live from the studios of DesMoinesAmplified.com. Narcisse laid out a comprehensive outline of the first steps Governor Branstad and the Iowa House should utilize as the foundation to fix Iowa government, restore Iowa’s excellence in education, and create an environment for the people of Iowa to grow economically and prosper. Below is the broadcast via YouTube videos for your review.
An Iowa Worth Fighting for was created to serve as a future firewall against entrenched status-quo power following the November 2010 elections. On August 17, 2009, the content of this comprehensive review and recommendations debuted on the Jan Mickelson radio show in Des Moines.
It spoke to some basic principles, and addressed core governing concerns – like government is best that governs least.
But it offered more than platitudes. It offered specifics that included strategies to reorganize, reduce, and re-prioritize state government; to create accountable, efficient local government; to rebuild our economy based on tax reform and citizen – not government – stimulus; to reform our education system; to promote a healthy Iowa the effective way – not through government mandate; to affirm core rights, such as the right to property; to protect Iowa’s citizens; to interdict Iowa’s severe drug crisis; to reform illegal immigration; and to advance real leadership principles.
On November 2, 2010, the political pendulum reversed course. Republicans again control statehouse politics. It was not even a decade ago they controlled both the House and Senate in Iowa. Which is to say: It was not a decade ago that they fought education reform, welfare reform, and the introduction of sound fiscal and management practices. When Terry Branstad left office, he had a Republican House and Senate. He did not fix welfare, education, our prisons, our courts, taxes, or our economy. While he managed the status quo much better than Governor Chet Culver – thanks to dozens of tax hikes and data manipulations – Branstad and the GOP did not repair, restore, or rebuild Iowa.
Now that he and Republicans have returned to power, simply invoking a term such as “conservative” isn’t good enough. This group of statehouse leaders must lead, but to lead they must first have a plan. This means not just an agenda, but a specific vision of how we fix Iowa. Continue reading First Steps for Branstad and the Iowa Statehouse
Iowa Party candidate for Governor, Jon Narcisse (right) plays chess with a friend at Border's to relax a bit while campaigning on election day, Tuesday November 2, 2010.
DES MOINES, IOWA | TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2010 - The independent Iowa Party candidate for governor, Jonathan Narcisse, continues to campaign in Polk county today through the poll closings at 9 p.m. Narcisse recently completed a 99 county tour of Iowa on the Common Sense Express. “All across Iowa we’ve found that Iowans, both Democrats and Republicans agree down the line on the Iowa values issues that are in most dire need of common sense solutions. From the beginning, we’ve consistently been the only candidacy with documented solutions for tax reform, education and fixing state governance,” stated the Des Moines native.
A driven campaigner, Narcisse started his day at 6:30 a.m. with a live interview on Davenport based talk radio, where he expounded on the differences between incumbent governor’s Branstad and Culver being only stylistic, rather than substantive. “What solutions have they advanced for the major issues facing Iowa? We have a massive fiscal crisis. It’s not enough to point out a billion dollar debt. What is your specific plan to address that and reduce spending?” he stated this morning. Narcisse is on record proposing zero based budgeting, funding only expenditures essential to the mission of state government, vetoing all other expenses and cease running the state via spending 99% of projected revenues. (Listen to the WOC interview below).
This evening, beginning at 7:00 p.m., Narcisse For Iowa campaign volunteers and supporters will be gathering at the Stoney Creek Inn in Johnston, Iowa (across from the Wynnsong Theatres). Narcisse will be arriving shortly after the polls close and is expected to address his supporters as the results are confirmed. “Regardless of the outcome tonight, we’ve advanced an agenda for fixing state governance, engaged in solution oriented discourse and successfully created a mechanism that can impact Iowa politics for years to come,” says Narcisse. “The real fun starts after we’ve had a day of rest and begin growing the effectiveness of the Iowa Party, whether I am governor or not.”
To review the published solutions from the Narcisse For Iowa campaign and hear the full content of recent Narcisse interviews with WOC 1420 AM and WOI ABC 5, go to www.NarcisseForIowa.com
Independent Iowa Party candidate for Governor, Jonathan Narcisse, has distilled his ten years of studying, listening and collaborating with leaders statewide, on how to fix a broken education system in Iowa. According to Iowa’s own annual report, largely unreported, 100% of highschools and 95% of middle schools in Iowa’s largest ten cities are “officially failing.”
DAVENPORT, IOWA, NOVEMBER 2, 2010 – WOC Radio 1420 AM, morning show host Dan Kennedy has the Iowa Party independent candidate Jonathan Narcisse as a guest. On this election day morning Mr. Narcisse is as surgical as he has ever been laying out the vision and overview of this 2010 election, proving once again, he is the only candidate on the ballot with the . . . → Read More: Video: Neither Incumbent Governor Has Solutions
The Common Sense Express will be touring the Polk County region today, spreading the Iowa Values and Common Sense Solutions message. Be sure to get out and vote today, and encourage your family and co-workers and friends to do the same.
The Narcisse For Iowa Campaign team and supporters will be watching the election returns and celebrating at the Stoney Creek Inn and Conference Center in West Des Moines. Jonathan will be there . . . → Read More: Election Day Update
DES MOINES, IOWA, MONDAY NOV 1, 2010: The independent Iowa Party candidate for governor, was interviewed by Joe Augustine from WOI CH5 in Des Moines late Monday evening, after the Narcisse For Iowa team returned from three television interviews and four radio interviews across Eastern Iowa.
Jonathan Narcisse, the independent Iowa Party candidate for Governor, webcast an address live on Oct 21, 2010 from the studios of Des Moines Amplified, outlining why Iowans should vote YES on the Constitutional Convention ballot option that occurs every ten years in Iowa. Top three reasons were to be able to fix Iowa’s Property Taxes, Education and Judicial systems. In this address, he outlines how and why Iowa is a “broken state” . . . → Read More: VIDEO: Why Iowans Should Vote YES for Constitutional Convention
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