Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum will visit the Wartburg College campus Monday, Oct. 5.
The 3:30 p.m. event in Whitehouse Business Center Room 214 is open to the community. Tickets are not required for the free event. Guests should park in the visitors lot east of Neumann Auditorium and use the south entrance of Saemann Student Center. The event is sponsored by the Wartburg College Republicans, a student organization.
The town hall format will include remarks from Santorum as well as time for questions from the audience.
“We are blessed to live in Iowa and to have these opportunities to meet, face-to-face, almost every presidential candidate, usually more than once,” said Wes Gade, Bremer County Republicans chairman. “It is also great that Waverly has continually been chosen as a campaign stop by many candidates, like Rick Santorum, who is now making his second stop in Waverly this year. This goes to show the importance of our city and the attention it receives.”
A former Pennsylvania senator, Santorum was the 2012 Iowa precinct caucuses winner.