amy-sinclairThere are three candidates running in the Iowa Senate District 14 GOP primary on Tuesday, June 5th.  The first is Steven Everly, a master electrician from Knoxville.  The second is Stephanie Jones a stay-at-home mom and former state employee who also lives in Knoxville.  The third is Amy Sinclair from Corydon who has served two terms on the Wayne County Board of Supervisors.

Looking at Steven Everly, I believe he lacks the experience comparatively to Amy Sinclair even though they are likely similar in their positions. Stephanie Jones I believe lacks the temperament to serve in the Iowa Senate.

I would like to urge the voters of Iowa Senate District 14 (Clarke, Decatur, Lucas, Marion and Wayne Counties) to vote for Amy Sinclair.  Amy Sinclair understands the impact that the state government has on local government from her time as a county supervisor.  That is vital experience that I wish more of our state legislators had.  She is a believer in strong local control of education and we will need people like her serving to keep Governor Branstad’s education policy in check.

She is a believer in limited government and we desperately need people like her in the Iowa Legislature.  She is pro-life and pro-traditional marriage.  Also working on a family farm with her husband she understands one of the most important issues in our state – agriculture.

On Tuesday please vote for Amy Sinclair.

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