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Podcast: On Iowa Politics talks Gov. Vilsack not running, and the judicial nomination process

Bettendorf lawyer Jean Dickson, left, makes her pitch Monday to members of the Iowa Judicial Nominating Commission who are interviewing 22 applicants seeking to fill a vacancy on the Iowa Supreme Court. The commission is slated to wrap up the interviewing process Tuesday before narrowing the list of applicants to three candidates from which Gov. Kim Reynolds will appoint a replacement for retiring Justice Bruce Zager, who plans to step down in September. (Rod Boshart/The Gazette)
Bettendorf lawyer Jean Dickson, left, makes her pitch Monday to members of the Iowa Judicial Nominating Commission who are interviewing 22 applicants seeking to fill a vacancy on the Iowa Supreme Court. The commission is slated to wrap up the interviewing process Tuesday before narrowing the list of applicants to three candidates from which Gov. Kim Reynolds will appoint a replacement for retiring Justice Bruce Zager, who plans to step down in September. (Rod Boshart/The Gazette)

This week On Iowa Politics covers Gov. Tom Vilsack's decision to not run for Senator, and the attempts to change the process for the judicial nomination process in Iowa.

The show features Ed Tibbetts, Erin Murphy, Todd Dorman, and Thomas Nelson.

The show was produced by Max Freund and music heard in the podcast is courtesy of Austin Taft.

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