Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds enjoys a 27 point lead over Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett among Caffeinated Thoughts’ Iowa Republican readers.
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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced that Congressman Rod Blum (R-Iowa) joined her gubernatorial campaign as a campaign co-chair.
John Hendrickson: Priority-based budgeting along with prudent tax reform will create an opportunity for Iowa’s economy to grow and keep vital government functions funded.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, chair of the Republican Governors Association, endorsed Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds in the 2018 GOP gubernatorial primary.
Retired businessman Fred Hubbell joins a crowded Democrat field running for Iowa Governor, and he may be their strongest contender to seek this office.
John Hendrickson: To Iowa policymakers, the Kansas story is not a failed tax-cut experiment, but rather a warning about excessive government spending.
The Reynolds-Gregg team announced that U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst will serve as state Co-Chairs of their gubernatorial campaign.
Gov. Kim Reynolds may require a special session of the Iowa Legislature to overcome a $104.4 million shortfall in projected revenue to balance the budget.
Steven Ray, a member of Boone’s city council and the city’s Mayor Pro-Tem, announced he is running for Governor in Iowa’s 2018 Republican Primary.
The Trump Administration announces a withdrawal from the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule, Iowa Republicans respond to the news.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg named Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey as a co-chair of their gubernatorial campaign.
Following the death of State Rep. Curt Hanson, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds set the date of Iowa House District 82’s special election for August 8, 2017.
Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett announced that he would challenge Governor Kim Reynolds for the Republican nomination in Iowa’s 2018 gubernatorial race.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg announced their 2018 campaign has 1050 county chairs representing all of Iowa’s 99 counties.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg today announced the hiring of campaign staff, as well as, their 2018 campaign’s social media and website.