Des Moines, IA – Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price released the following statement on Senate File 481:
SF 481 makes it clear that Iowa’s fields of opportunity are only available to the white immigrants who moved here before the Republican Party embraced xenophobia. This bill addresses a problem that does not exist, wastes the tax payer funded time of our lawmakers, and it will make our communities less safe.

Des Moines, IA – Over the past few days, Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald hit the road on the Iowa Deserves Better Tour to talk to communities in Southern Iowa about the impact of the Reynolds Budget Crisis. Residents came together in concern about the serious cuts being made to critical local services to pay for Governor Reynolds and her Republicans’ Koch Brothers-written agenda.
 
Highlights from the latest leg of the Iowa Deserves Better tour:
 

Des Moines, IA In light of the shocking revelation that Congressman Rod Blum used his power and position to enrich himself through an online company that helps those in violation of FDA protections subvert public scrutiny, Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price released the following statement:
 

Des Moines, IA – Governor Reynolds’ budget-busting revenue giveaways have caused massive cuts to critical services, and, now, evidence is mounting that these handouts haven’t even made an impact on Iowa’s economy or protected Iowa jobs. 
 

Des Moines, IA – Tonight, Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price released the following statement about the 2018 Caucuses:
“Tonight, we are incredibly grateful to the dedicated volunteers and Democrats who came out to participate in the Iowa Caucuses.
Based on preliminary results with only two-thirds of precincts reporting, we’re excited to announce that tonight’s turnout beat both 2010 and 2014 – making this one of our most successful mid-term caucuses.

Iowa Democratic Party to Hold Pre-Caucus Background Briefing for Press

“It’s not a great bill for actually cleaning up water”

Des Moines, IA – Just days after telling the people of Iowa that she was committed to combatting sexual harassment, Governor Reynolds failed to denounce Governor Eric Greitens or return the money he raised for her campaign after he came under fire for allegations of sexual blackmail and abuse.

Iowa Democratic Party’s 2017 Year-in-Review

Des Moines, IA – With the close of 2017, the Iowa Democratic Party is looking back on how the last 12 months have brought our Party from the losses of 2016 to a position ready to win in the 2018 midterms.

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