Polling Thousands Of High School Seniors Across The State, Fred Earned The Most Support Among Democratic Candidates For Governor

Hubbell Received Over 7% More Support Than His Closest Democratic Contender

Meeting With Farmers And Agricultural Workers From Audubon To Allamakee, Fred Will Discuss His Commitment To Standing Up For Iowa’s Farmer And Protecting Our Economic Future

As Trump’s Trade War Targets Iowa’s Leading Exports, Fred Will Make Bilateral Trade Partnerships To Protect Iowa’s Vital Export Markets

Amidst New Report, Fred Calls For Fiscal Impact Analysis And Caps And Sunsets For Every State Tax Credit, Deduction, And Exemption

Momentum For Team Hubbell Grows As Grassroots Supporters Share Fred’s Vision Across The State

Campaign Unveils New Campaign Website, Stands Up Against Reynolds’ Egregious Attempt To Roll Back Privatized Medicaid Transparency And Oversight

Campaign Website Features New Ways To Get Involved

Fred Takes A Stand Against Reynolds’ Attempt To Reduce Oversight and Transparency Of Her Failed Medicaid Privatization Experiment 

Based On Yearly Return of Each Tax Incentive, Effective Determinations Should Be Made On Continuation, Cap, And Sunset Of Each Program To Ensure Iowa Taxpayer Money Is Spent Wisely

From Pre-K, K-12 to Higher Education, Fred Highlights Vision to Expand Access to Lifelong Educational Opportunities for All Iowans

Fred Hubbell: Let’s Provide Job Training In All High Schools And Community Colleges To Pair Students With The Jobs That Businesses Need.’

Following a successful night for the Hubbell campaign at Iowa's Democratic precinct caucuses, Fred Hubbell released the following statement:

Yesterday the Iowa Legislature passed voluntary water quality legislation, spearheaded by Governor Kim Reynolds, that included no comprehensive statewide monitoring of water pollution or benchmark improvement goals.

Representative Forbes: ‘Fred Will Work To Ensure Every Iowan Has Access to The Quality, Affordable Health Care They Deserve’

Today, January 25, Urbandale State Representative John Forbes and five former legislators announced their endorsements of Fred’s Democratic campaign for Governor. The latest endorsers join a growing list of over 60 current and former elected leaders who have announced their support for Fred’s campaign.

Following the GOP's proposed $52 million in mid-year cuts, half of which are cuts to education - Iowa's regent schools, community colleges, and the Department of Education - totaling a whopping