DES MOINES, IOWA (October 4, 2022) — October has been declared “Co-Op Month in Iowa” by Governor Kim Reynolds. In the proclamation, the Governor mentions:

BETTENDORF, IOWA (October 3, 2022) — Come meet your Candidates as a group of three local non-profit organizations will be hosting a series of two Scott County Candidate Forums in 2022.

DES MOINES, IOWA (September 29, 2022) — Governor Kim Reynolds and five other states have filed a 

DES MOINES, IOWA (September 28, 2022) — Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate continues his “Voter Ready” outreach initiative by unveiling a fresh, updated website ahead of the November 8 general election. VoterReady.Iowa.gov is a one-stop shop for Iowa voters.

DES MOINES, IOWA (September 28, 2022) — On September 27, Governor Kim Reynolds announced the State of Iowa will end Fiscal Year 2022 with a balance of $1.91 billion in the General Fund, $830 million in reserve funds, and $1.06 billion in the Taxpayer Relief Fund.

DeWITT, IOWA (September 26, 2022) — Statewide, congressional, and local Democratic candidates rallied a large crowd of voters at an afternoon soapbox-style event Sunday, September 25, at the Clinton County Fairgrounds in DeWitt. Eleven candidates made their case to voters and pointed out the differences between the two parties’ visions for Iowa.

DES MOINES, IOWA (September 23, 2022) — Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate is urging Iowans not to fall victim to election misinformation and disinformation. Instead, voters should turn to trusted sources for election information, the people that run elections in Iowa: The Secretary of State and county auditors.

DeWITT, IOWA (September 21, 2022) — The Clinton County Democrats will host eight statewide and four local candidates at their Soapbox Social on Sunday, September 25, 1-4PM, at the Clinton County Fairgrounds in DeWitt, Iowa. Admission is free, and attendees can enjoy a free slice of homemade pie and ice cream while quantities last.

DES MOINES, IOWA (September 20, 2022) — Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate is encouraging all Iowa high schools to participate in a statewide effort to register students to vote. Each school that registers at least ninety percent of their eligible students to vote will receive the Carrie Chapman Catt Award, named after the Iowan who was a national leader in the women’s-suffrage movement.

Scott County Auditor Kerri Tompkins and Secretary Pate presenting the trophy to student

BETTENDORF, IOWA (September 19, 2022) — Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate presented the Carrie Chapman Catt Award to Rivermont Collegiate on Thursday, September 15. The award goes to any school that registers at least 90% of eligible students to vote. Last year was the school’s third time achieving the award.

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