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Written by Sam Roecker   
Monday, 20 January 2014 14:25
DES MOINES, Iowa – Today, Iowa Secretary of State candidate Brad Anderson announced he has raised $152,333 in 2013 for his campaign and has $135,521 cash on hand with zero debt and 62 percent of his contributions coming from Iowans.

“Brad is an incredibly hard worker and I am very proud of the bipartisan campaign he has put together to be Iowa’s next Secretary of State,” said former Attorney General Bonnie Campbell, who serves as Anderson’s campaign chair.  “His donors and organization span the entire state and include a mix if Republicans, Democrats and Independents who are looking for a new era of cooperation and fresh ideas in the Secretary of State’s office.”

Last month Anderson rolled out a five-step plan on how to make Iowa number one in the nation in voter turnout.  His plan included simplifying the vote-by-mail process to allow voters to automatically receive a ballot in the mail for every election, and implementing online voter registration to make it easier for Iowans to register to vote.


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