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Steve-King(EARLY, IA) – Congressman Steve King (R-Kiron) today announced that his campaign for re-election in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District has over 550 county co-chairs. The organization covers all 39 counties making up the district.

“Iowans from every county in the 4th District are stepping up to send common sense Iowa values back to Washington,” said King. “These county co-chairs have joined my campaign because they know I won’t duck the issues, I share their values and I am committed to working for the people of the 4thDistrict. I look forward to taking their voice back to Washington.”

The unprecedented organization reaches all 39 counties that make up Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, including counties not previously represented by Congressman King. This grassroots organization is believed to be one of the largest in Iowa’s history.

“It is no secret campaigns are won at the local level,” said King for Congress Campaign Manager Jake Ketzner. “With this robust organization in place, the King for Congress campaign is prepared to go county-by-county, precinct-by-precinct, to secure the votes needed to send Congressman King back to Washington.”

You can read the entire list of co-chairs here.

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