Photo credit: Kelly Nunn
Photo credit: Kelly Nunn
Photo credit: Kelly Nunn

(Altoona, IA) Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds campaigned for State Representative Zach Nunn (R-Bondurant) for his reelection bid in Iowa House District 30. Nunn is being challenged in a rematch by former State Representative Joe Riding (D-Altoona). Nunn defeated Riding in 2014 in a hotly contested race 56.1 percent to 43.9 percent with over 13,000 ballots cast.

Nunn hosted Branstad and Reynolds at a campaign event held over lunch on Monday at the Sugar Shack.

Nunn gave some brief remarks which you can watch below:

Branstad gave brief remarks in support of Nunn.

Reynolds wrapped up the event with her remarks.

Branstad and Reynolds have been campaigning for Republican State House and Senate candidates all over Iowa.

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