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Presidential Family Forum | LEADING WITH PRINCIPLE OVER POLITICS

Presidential Family Forum Overview

**Though much of Iowa expects winter weather this evening, the Presidential Family Forum will go on as planned.

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Moderator, Frank Luntz

The Presidential Family Forum marks the culmination of The FAMiLY LEADER Foundation’s educational initiatives leading up to the 2016 Iowa caucuses. It’s the last call. It’s the big one. And best of all, it’s the one where politics take a backseat, worldviews get stripped bare, and hearts are revealed for all to see. It’s the one where you get to see what really makes the candidates tick.

The 2015 Forum will purposefully examine and assess each candidate’s stated pro-family vision. Observers will learn what candidates believe about an issue, why they believe that way, how their beliefs frame their ultimate vision for America, and the level of sincerity for implementing their stated vision.


Check out a short recap video from 2011:

This year, the Forum will be held in Des Moines on Friday, Nov. 20 (note: this is a date change from previous reports of a Nov. 21 Forum). Reserved seating is $40, and general admission will be $15.