IOWA CITY —
Activists associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement are encouraging supporters to attend the Iowa caucuses Jan. 3 to speak out about their issues.
Organizers said Monday that Occupy protesters from around the country would meet in Des Moines Dec. 27 to draft sample resolutions that could be introduced at local caucus meetings of both political parties.
Occupy Des Moines member Aaron Jorgensen-Briggs said issues like campaign finance reform and income inequality would likely dominate the agenda but specifics of resolutions will be developed later.
Jorgensen-Briggs said the group was asking members not to vote for any candidate, but rather to bring up the resolutions as party activists debate their platforms. The group is also planning to occupy candidate offices and events in the days leading up to the caucuses.