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. 

January 30, 2016 - Ken Croken today announced that he will seek the Democratic Party nomination for Scott County Supervisor in the upcoming November 8, 2018, election. In a new release, Croken said, "I believe that my skills and experience as an advocate, buisnes executive and community leader have prepared me well to help lead the County forward, becoming an even better place to live, work, and play."

FBI Required Redactions of Unclassified Material; Grassley Seeks Full Declassification Review

EVANSTON, Ill. - Today, at a press conference in Springfield, the Illinois chapter of the National Association of Social Workers announced their endorsement of Daniel Biss and Litesa Wallace for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of the State of Illinois.

Daniel Biss and Litesa Wallace deliver response to Pritzker's inappropriate phone call with Blagojevich discussing Barack Obama's replacement in the U.S. Senate

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Today, at a press conference in Springfield, Daniel Biss and Litesa Wallace delivered the following remarks in response to the Chicago Tribune’s story revealing inappropriate conversations between J.B. Pritzker and former Governor Rod Blagojevich.

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:

Thousands of supporters elected as county delegates and to party leadership positions

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.