Category Archives: Brad Anderson

Don’t Let Iowa Become Another Wisconsin

Just a short post to remind folks that despite all the press and publicity that the Braley race is getting, there are many lower on the ballot races that really need your votes. During the last session of the legislature, … Continue reading

Posted in 2014 Election Campaign, Brad Anderson, Branstad, Iowa Legislature, Jack Hatch

Stop Voter Suppression in Iowa

The ACLU put out a video starring Lewis Black talking about voter suppression in the US. Remember, if Republican ideas were so popular they would be doing everything they could to increase voter turn out. The fact that they feel … Continue reading

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Brad Anderson’s Positive Campaign

In a day when the negative campaigning is the coin of the realm, Brad Anderson is a pleasant change. His campaign for Secretary of State focuses around the good things he will bring to the office. Anderson proposes making it … Continue reading

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Unbelievable But True

I was making a purchase the other day at a local convenience store. I was purchasing a newspaper. The Headline was simply “Global Warmimg.” The young clerk, looked like a college frosh, muttered something under his breath. I aaked if … Continue reading

Posted in Brad Anderson, Climate Change, gun control, Jack Hatch, Matt Schultz, Republicn Policy

Iowa Needs A Secretary Of State Who Believes In Voting

We need a Secretary of State who believes in Democracy.  Check out Brad Anderson, Democrat. AndersonforIowa.com “There is nothing more sacred than the right to vote.”  

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Contrasting Our SoS Candidates

The following letter to the editor was written by Don Paulson of Muscatine. He is the Muscatine County Democratic co-chair. Here he draws a clear distinction between our current secretary of state and the Democratic hopeful. There is quite a … Continue reading

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