Wapello County, IA – Perry Johnson, Republican presidential candidate and third place finisher in CPAC’s straw poll, has been invited to attend Iowa Senator Joni Ernst’s annual Roast and Ride fundraiser as a special guest. Johnson will attend the June 3rd event, which will take place in Des Moines and benefit the Cedar Rapids-based Freedom Foundation.

“I am honored to be an invited guest to Iowa Senator Joni Ernst’s annual Roast and Ride fundraiser. Like Senator Ernst, I myself own a Harley-Davidson – a ’97 Springer to be exact – and look forward to being a part of such a notable event. I can’t think of a much better cause to support than an organization benefiting military veterans. In fact, my parents and grandparents were military veterans. Anyone who risks their lives to protect our freedom deserves to be honored. I look forward to supporting Iowa’s Freedom Foundation and meeting Iowans at this event as I continue my campaign for president across the state.”

Johnson will give a 10-minute speech to the crowd at the event to share more about his Two-Cents Plan. He will also have a booth set up where Iowans will be able to receive free copies of his book, Two-Cents to Save America, and learn more about his campaign for president.

Perry Johnson is currently traveling Iowa on his ‘Fire Biden’ bus tour, visiting more than eighteen counties to share his Two-Cents Plan to Save America with Iowa caucus-goers. Johnson has largely campaigned on an economic platform which has resonated with Iowans on the campaign trail. His Two-Cents Plan would slash federal discretionary spending by two percent annually, rescuing the American economy from Joe Biden’s debt and inflation crisis.

Johnson has been campaigning across Iowa and New Hampshire regularly since he first announced his campaign for president in March.