Live statewide broadcast Wednesday, May 16, 7 p.m.

Questions remain unanswered about Reynolds’ method of travel.

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

Davenport, IA - State Senator Nate Boulton, Democratic candidate for Governor, will hold a second town hall focused on Medicaid in Davenport. The town hall will feature personal stories from eastern Iowans who attend the event. This town hall will be the second in a series of three that Boulton is holding around the state to make sure that Iowans’ struggles with Reynolds’ privatized Medicaid scheme are heard.

DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate will host a two-day College Voter Engagement Summit this Friday and Saturday at the State Capitol to help prepare students for the 2018 elections and identify best practices for non-partisan voter registration drives on campus.

On Monday, April 9th HB 4588 and HB 4586 were scheduled to be heard in the House Judicial-Criminal Committee, but they were not allowed to be voted on.

Springfield, IL - 4/10/2018 - State Representative Tony McCombie (IL-71st) released the following statement after common sense legislative measures to protect DCFS workers and adult protective service employees from assault were pulled and put in subcommittee to not be heard.

Live statewide broadcast Wednesday, May 16, 7 p.m.

Johnston, Iowa - Iowa Public Television will host an Iowa Press debate for the Iowa Democratic Gubernatorial Primary on Wednesday, May 16 at the Iowa Public Television studios in Johnston, Iowa. The 90 minute debate will begin at 7 p.m. in front of a live audience in the Maytag Auditorium. The program will air live on IPTV and be streamed online at  

DES MOINES - Polk County District Court Judge David May has issued a ruling regarding gubernatorial candidate Ron Corbett’s appeal to last week’s decision by the State Objection Panel to reject his nomination petitions. 

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.