The rush to sway and turn out voters will continue through Election Day on Tuesday.
Iowa 2022 Elections
On this week’s edition of the On Iowa Politics podcast: Iowa’s top elections official on election security and integrity, former President Donald Trump campaigns in Iowa, and closing arguments before Tuesday’s election.
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate said his office and law enforcement agencies are working together to ensure Iowans’ votes will be safe and counted accurately
A Republican Iowa House member ousted in a June primary election by a fellow GOP lawmaker endorsed by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has returned the favor, backing her Democratic challenger.
Democrats running for Iowa governor and a northeast Iowa U.S. House seat spent Wednesday afternoon trying to the turn out the vote among students on the campus of Coe College.
Democrat Brent Oleson faces Republican Paul Talley for the open seat.
This week’s Fact Checker focuses on claims from Sen. Chuck Grassley’s attack ads in the lead-up to Election Day.
He contends U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley has lost his bipartisan streak and has become more supportive of right-wing causes and special interests over the needs of Iowans.
“The best is yet to come” is the title for the final ad in Republican incumbent Gov. Kim Reynolds’ 2022 re-election campaign.
Local officials will be required to conduct audits in two races after the Nov. 8 elections
She touted Iowa’s fiscal health; her pledge to support law enforcement; three rounds of tax cuts enacted over the past five years; and giving parents more authority in their children’s education.
The board voted 2-1 to oppose the amendment, which is on next week’s ballot. They join the Cedar Rapids Community School District and Johnson County Supervisors in passing a resolution encouraging Iowans to vote “no.“
Iowa’s Republican Secretary of State’s Office has been trying to tamp down voting misinformation, while members of his own party are pushing conspiracy theories, including those running for office in Linn and Johnson counties.
The longtime incumbent the has skewered President Joe Biden’s policies on energy production, inflation and border security.
Franken presents himself as an experienced leader, after four decades in the Navy, who has the tenacity to combat threats to American democracy.