In the June primaries Steven Bradley beat out Lee Hein for the District 66 Republican candidacy. Now, in the final election, Bradley is facing Democrat Tony Amsler.
Iowa 2022 Elections
Campaigning alongside a slate of Iowa Republicans on Friday on a Dallas County farm, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took a long view of the 2022 election.
On this week’s edition of the On Iowa Politics podcast: gubernatorial candidates debating, Republicans raking, Senate ratings changing, and Iowans voting.
Iowa Republican U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson of Marion told reporters Friday she is feeling better and ready to resume campaigning after being released from the hospital earlier this week.
After nearly 40 years as the chief legal official in Iowa, Democrat Tom Miller is in what may be the most competitive election of his career as he faces a challenge from Republican Brenna Bird.
State Auditor Rob Sand was the sole Democrat to maintain a fundraising lead over his opponent in a statewide race.
Republican Cindy Golding faces Democrat Kris Nall in rural Linn County.
Iowa voters will be asked to add language to the Iowa Constitution that states it is a “fundamental individual right“ to keep and bear arms, and that any restraint on that right is invalid unless it meets the stringent demands of “strict scrutiny” in court.
Two major election rating outlets have changed their projections of the U.S. Senate race in Iowa, shifting their predictions slightly away from incumbent Republican Chuck Grassley.
Incumbent Democrat Ben Rogers faces Republican challenger Brett Mason.
Iowa U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson of Marion was released from a Cedar Rapids hospital Tuesday after being admitted Sunday night for a kidney infection.
Iowa’s candidates for governor clashed over the best use of Iowa’s state tax revenue, education and abortion.
Iowa Republican U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley said he is unconcerned by the latest polling showing him in what could be his toughest re-election fight in 40 years, and continued to tout his longevity and seniority as an asset.
Early in-person and mail-in voting begins Wednesday for Iowa's 2022 midterm elections. Here's what you need to know about how to check your voter registration status, how to vote early in-person and by mail, and how to vote on Election Day, Nov. 8.
Political forecasters have rated the race as competitive, and each candidate has attracted support from their national party.