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Mayor Pete Buttigieg Outlines Why He Would Be The Best Choice For President

Oskaloosa, Iowa – Pete Buttigieg is currently the mayor of South Bend, Indiana and he’s hopeful he can move from city hall to the White House after November 2020. Buttigieg is polling middle of the Democratic pack with a 5.2 poll average, while Biden leads the field with a 30.5 poll average according to Real […]

Klobuchar Stumps In Oskaloosa

Oskaloosa, Iowa – Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar stopped in Oskaloosa on Tuesday to talk about her ideas she believes will get her elected as President in 2020. Approximately 75 people were there to hear more about her. Klobuchar is on the bubble for making the fall debate and was encouraging those in attendance to buy […]

The Rozenboom Report by Senator Ken Rozenboom – April 29, 2019

Sen. Ken Rozenboom (R-District 40)

by Sen. Ken Rozenboom The 2019 legislative session lasted 103 days before it ended Saturday, April 27, a week ahead of schedule. I ran for office to make our state and country a better place for our kids and our grandkids – a place where they can grow up, go to school, succeed in a […]

Holly Brink Update From the House for District 80 – April 27, 2019

Holly Brink (District 80) signs her Oath of Office on Monday, January 14, 2019.

by Rep. Holly Brink Hello Friends, This week I want to shake things up as we are coming close to the end of the session and I will put out an end of session newsletter in a few days when we are done. As you all know, I am a proud mother of three wonderful […]

Hite Capitol Update: April 26, 2019

Rep. Dustin Hite (R-District 79)

by Rep. Dustin Hite Another debate filled week has passed in the Iowa House and we are winding down. We still have some important tax and budget legislation to pass, but we are committing to staying in Des Moines until it gets done. One of my biggest responsibilities this session was being the floor manager […]

Holly Brink Update From the House for District 80 – April 19, 2019

Holly Brink (District 80) signs her Oath of Office on Monday, January 14, 2019.

by Rep. Holly Brink Hello Friends, Coming off the heels of last week, we have devoted much of this week to agriculture and education. Some of the most important legislation this week introduced several much needed reforms and established the budget to our agriculture and natural resources departments, extension councils, and school district reorganization. Probably […]

The Rozenboom Report by Senator Ken Rozenboom – April 19, 2019

Sen. Ken Rozenboom (R-District 40)

by Sen. Ken Rozenboom This week the Senate passed a bill creating a children’s behavioral health system in Iowa. Last year the legislature made significant improvements to the adult mental health system in our state, and this year we are expanding those services to children. The creation of the children’s mental health system adds to […]

Hite Capitol Update: April 18, 2019

Rep. Dustin Hite (R-District 79)

by Rep. Dustin Hite We passed more budget bills through the House this week, and we are on track to wrap up session shortly. Before we are done, I wanted to turn my newsletter over to my clerk, John Hirl, and let him share with you what his experience has been like clerking for the […]

The Rozenboom Report by Senator Ken Rozenboom – April 12, 2019

Sen. Ken Rozenboom (R-District 40)

by Sen. Ken Rozenboom The 2019 legislative session is starting to wind down as we are voting on appropriations bills on a regular basis. While we have no agreement yet with the House or the Governor on what the final budget will look like for the next fiscal year, we continue to move forward with […]

Loebsack Announces He Will Retire at End of 116th Congress

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Dave Loebsack released the following statement today after announcing that he will be retiring at the end of the 116th Congress. Loebsack was first elected in 2006 and will have served for a total of 14 years at the end of this 116th Congress. A list of Loebsack’s accomplishments throughout the […]

   

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