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Iowa’s 2022 Campaigns Haven’t Truly Started

The deputy chief of staff to Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks was recently bragging on Twitter, “When you got $1.17 million in the bank and no democrat opponent.” With it he posted an image of an apparently happy, but not smiling congresswoman. … Continue reading

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Coming in September: Iowa Redistricting

Like most Iowa political activists, I’ve been looking forward to new political districts to be created during the decennial, non-partisan redistricting process. Republican legislators repeatedly asserted they wouldn’t change the law and didn’t. While door-knocking in Wilton during the first … Continue reading

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Can Iowa Accomplish Redistricting Without Republican Shenanigans?

Every ten years the state redraws legislative and congressional district maps. Senator Zach Wahls discussed the process at the Johnson County League of Women Voters legislative forum.  Also present were, Democrats Joe Bolkcom, Mary Mascher, Christina Bohannan, Dave Jacoby, and … Continue reading

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