DES MOINES, IOWA (January 10, 2024) — The Libertarian Party of Iowa proudly announces its upcoming Pre-Iowa Caucus Debate, showcasing a number of the distinguished candidates vying for the party's Presidential nomination. Set to take place on January 14, 2024, 3-5PM, at F&O's in Des Moines. This event is open the public, and the LPIA encourages caucus-goers, and potential delegates to attend, and engage with candidates and their visions for the future.

The event will also be available via livestream on the Libertarian Party of Polk County and the Libertarian Party of Iowa's social media channels. Recording of the event will subsequently be accessible to the public and the press for further review and dissemination.

Event Details:


  • Sunday, January 14, 3-5PM


  • F&O's, 4050 Merle Hay Rd, Des Moines, IA 50310


  • Marco Battaglia, former LPIA candidate for Lt Governor, and Attorney General

Confirmed Candidates:


  • 3PM-3:30PM: Networking session for candidates and attendees
  • 3:30PM-5PM: Debate with candidate introductions, Q&A from Iowans and potential delegates, contact sharing, and closing statements

The Q&A segment will maintain an informal structure, ensuring each candidate has an equal opportunity to respond while keeping pace with the event's schedule.

The Libertarian Party of Iowa is committed to America’s heritage of freedom: Individual liberty and personal responsibility, a free-market economy of abundance and prosperity, a foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade. Find out more at

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