Espinosa also supports the Occupy Our Homes campaign, in which protesters stay in homes whose owners are fighting foreclosure. He said about eight people from Occupy Minneapolis are planning to visit Iowa next weekend to highlight issues like unfair foreclosures at candidates' events.
Dutro said Occupy Wall Street is increasingly coordinating with other occupations and hopes to align more with certain Tea Party groups.
"We know we have a lot in common with Tea Party people. I'm very progressive in certain ways and in other ways I'm really fiscally conservative. But I don't necessarily agree with Ron Paul people either," Dutro said. "We're just getting more organized and basically trying to take this winter to prepare for the spring, so we can come out louder and bigger again."
ABC News' Susan Archer, Josh Haskell, Sarah Kunin and Shushannah Walshe contributed to this story.