DES MOINES, IOWA (March 23, 2020) — The State Objection Panel, which is comprised of Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, and Auditor of State Rob Sand, will convene Tuesday afternoon to consider nine objections filed against primary election candidates. Due to the closure of the Iowa State Capitol Building to the public, the meeting will be conducted via conference call. Call-in information is provided below. The Objection Panel will consider objections filed against the following candidates: Craig Clark — State House District 52 Charlotte Dunnett — State House District 23 Jordan Omstead — State House District 27 Steven Everly — United States Congressional District 2 Rita Hart — United States Congressional District 2 Randy Feenstra — United States Congressional District 4 Steve King — United States Congressional District 4 Bret Richards — United States Congressional District 4 Jeremy Taylor — United States Congressional District 4 WHO Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller Auditor of State Rob Sand WHAT Meeting of the State Objection Panel pursuant to Iowa Code section 43.24. WHERE The meeting will originate from the Iowa Secretary of State’s Lucas Building Office, but the media and public will be able to listen via a conference call provided via ICN. Due to COVID-19 concerns about gatherings of 10 or more people, we ask that Iowans participate ONLY by conference call. Toll Free Dial-In Number (US & Canada): 866-685-1580 Conference Code: 0009990334 WHEN Tuesday, March 24 1:45PM The full list of candidates whose nominating petitions for the June primary were accepted is available here.

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