Des Moines, IA – In her weekly press conference, Governor Kim Reynolds made it clear that despite his unacceptable comments, she would not be removing Representative Steve King from her campaign committee. Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price has responded with the following statement:

Amidst Big Corporate Handouts Contributing To Iowa’s Last-in-Nation Status For GDP Growth—Hubbell Pledges To Get Iowa Back On Track

Hubbell: ‘I Helped Put An End To These Taxpayer Giveaways Once, And I’ll Do It Again. It’s Time We Start Growing Iowa The Right Way.’

DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate announces that the state’s voter registration totals are at the highest mark in the state’s history for a December prior to an election year. New data shows 1,991,419 active registered voters in Iowa.

WASHINGTON – Sen. Chuck Grassley’s regional director based in Davenport, Penny Vacek, will hold office hours in Van Buren and Davis counties on Monday, December 11, 2017, and in Clinton, Scott and Jackson counties on Friday, December 15.
 
Vacek’s schedule is as follows:

Friday, December 15

Clinton County

10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Clinton City Hall

Kim Reynolds Endorses GOP Tax Scam Despite Damage It Would Do to Working Iowans
 

Des Moines, IA- At the Iowa Democratic Party’s Fall Gala, State Senator Nate Boulton, Democratic candidate for governor, presented his vision forward during his speech, and showcased his broad base of support from throughout the state. Boulton hosted a pre-event, welcoming his supporters with a live band of local teachers and speeches from his wife, Andrea, and himself. He then led a march of almost 1000 supporters into the main event to the sounds of chants and thunder-sticks.

Des Moines, IA – This week, as Governor Reynolds travels around the state to cover up her real record of undermining Iowa’s fiscal and economic health, the Iowa Democratic Party will be reminding voters of her misplaced priorities and mismanagement that led to the state’s current budget crisis.

EVANSTON, Ill. - Today, Daniel Biss announced that he has received the endorsement of renowned legal expert, campaign finance reform activist, and former presidential candidate Lawrence Lessig.

“Is it about money or people?” Lessig asked. “That’s the question that Illinois gets to answer. We must end big money politics. And Daniel’s fight here is the same fight everywhere — a fight by the people for a government that represents more than the billionaires.”

Des Moines, IA – Today, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth numbers for each state and found that Iowa’s GDP shrank by 0.7% in the second quarter, the worst growth numbers in the nation. 
 

Representative Prichard: ‘I’m Endorsing Fred For Two Simple Reasons: He Would Make An Outstanding Governor For All Iowans, Rural And Urban, And I Know Fred Can Win In November And Deliver The Real Results Our State Desperately Needs.’

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