The Iowa Secretary of State’s Office said it would reduce business filing fees starting Friday.
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Finkenauer will ask the Iowa Supreme Court to reverse a Sunday night ruling by a Polk County District Court judge that she did not submit enough signatures on nomination petitions to qualify for the Democratic primary, preventing her from facing likely GOP nominee U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley in the November general election.
State Government Apr. 1, 2022 12:41 pm
Higher than projected gambling revenue will make it possible for the Legislature to bump up the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund (RIIF) by $87 million in the coming year to nearly $290 million in fiscal 2023.
Campaigns & Elections Mar. 15, 2022 3:38 pm
Deidre DeJear, the likely Democratic candidate for Iowa governor, filed her nominating signatures Tuesday, officially making her the first Black woman in Iowa’s history to be the Democratic or Republican party candidate for governor
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Campaigns & Elections Mar. 9, 2022 10:47 pm
Candidates for office in Iowa are beginning to inundate the Secretary of State’s Office with their nominating signatures, which place them on the ballot for this fall’s midterm elections.
Based on announcements so far, at least 35 incumbents have announced they are retiring or running for a different office. In some cases, it’s House members running for Senate seats and vice versa. There are some incumbents running for either county or federal office.