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image DEXTER, IA – After vowing to visit every one of Iowa’s 99 counties on the campaign trail to listen to Iowans, GOP candidate for Attorney General Brenna Findley kept her word today by celebrating her 99th county in Mills County.

"I am working hard earn the support of Iowans to serve as their Attorney General. I know the only way do my job as your candidate for Attorney General is to listen to the concerns of Iowans in every county. I am campaigning in all 99 counties because I grew up on a farm near Dexter, a town with a population of 689 according to the last census. Every county and every community matters to me.

I hear from Iowans who have lost their jobs, or had their hours cut back and from small businesses who are having some of the toughest years ever. We need to turn our economy around and get Iowa back to work.  As Attorney General I will work to bring jobs to every county and community.  Iowans are sick and tired of the Culture of Corruption in Des Moines. As Attorney General, I will serve as the legal watchdog for the taxpayers to clean up state government.  I will defend the Constitution to protect Iowans from unconstitutional Washington mandates.

As I work in all 99 counties in Iowa on the campaign trail, I find that I have a head start in my race to become Iowa’s new Attorney General because, in  many counties, Iowans have never seen their current Attorney General.  I am running for Attorney General to get Iowa back on track and back to work. 

For more information about Findley, please visit www.findleyforiowa.com.

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