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Loebsack Endorses Finkenauer For U.S. Senate

Abby Finkenauer Earns Endorsement of Congressman Dave Loebsack Cedar Rapids — Yesterday Abby Finkenauer, candidate for U.S. Senate, was endorsed by former Congressman Dave Loebsack. “Abby is one of the hardest workers I have ever seen, and I don’t say … Continue reading

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EXTRA! Finkenauer Announces For U.S. Senate

Abby Finkenauer for U.S. Senate announcement video Abby Finkenauer Announces Campaign for U.S. Senate: Finkenauer Promises to Take Blue-Collar Values to Washington To Fight For Iowa Families Cedar Rapids, Iowa (July 22, 2021) — Today, Abby Finkenauer, the daughter of … Continue reading

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DON’T FORGET THE DOWN BALLOT!

Sorry to shout, but don’t forget just how important it will be to vote your whole ballot. We need to replace the worthless Ernst in the senate. David Koch may as well be sitting in that seat. At the congressional … Continue reading

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LTTE On Miller-Meeks

From our friend Don Paulson down in Muscatine county: Does Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks think we are stupid? Miller-Meeks is running for a seat in the U.S. Congress and her opponent is Rita Hart.  Rita is a farmer, taught school for … Continue reading

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Finkenauer And Hinson Debate

ICYMI  – Candidates U.S. Rep. Abby Finkenauer (D – Dubuque) and Iowa Rep. Ashley Hinson (R – Marion) 

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Pandemic Shows How Important Unions Are

AFT Leader Randi Weingarten discusses reopening schools: (6.5 minutes) Thursday we got this email from the Abby Finkenauer campaign: I’m Ken Sagar, retired president of the Iowa Federation of Labor. But today I’m not here to give you an update … Continue reading

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Hinson Plagiarism Very Troubling

I suppose a person shouldn’t be too surprised that first district Republican congressional candidate Ashley Hinson has been caught plagiarizing from a variety of sources, including her opponent Congress Woman Abby Finkenauer. Finkenauer has been an excellent congress member for … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Get Serious About Electing Democrats In 2020

In Washington, the people’s house has been working hard passing legislation even while the country is mesmerized with impeachment and Dear Leader’s daily twitter rants.  According to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, the House passed 300 bills that Mitch … Continue reading

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Thank You, Mr. Kaufmann

This one had almost passed me by:   October 14th: Iowa Republicans are questioning the impeachment hearings against President Trump. On Monday, GOP Chairman Jeff Kaufmann led a group of protesters in Cedar Rapids demanding an end to the inquiry. … Continue reading

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Reps. King, Finkenauer and Axne Sign Bipartisan Letter Urging Congress To Delay Cuts to Hospitals Serving Vulnerable Populations

For Immediate Release: May 23, 2019 Contact: Matt Sinovic, (515) 423-0133 In Case You Missed It: DSH Program Essential for Iowa’s Hospitals Des Moines, Iowa – Last week, 302 members of the House of Representatives sent a  bipartisan letter to Congressional leaders … Continue reading

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