Photo Credit: Bill Northey for Secretary of Agriculture
ADVERTISEMENT

Photo Credit: Bill Northey for Secretary of Agriculture

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg announced yesterday that Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey will serve as a co-chair of their gubernatorial campaign. Northey is one of the most popular elected officials in the state, has is well known throughout Iowa’s 99 counties.

“As Governor Reynolds and Lt. Governor Gregg ramp up their campaign for 2018, I’m proud to lend my support to the team as a Co-Chair of the campaign. Governor Reynolds and Lt. Governor Gregg are a great leadership team for the state and have a true focus on each and every one of our 99 counties,” Northey said.  “As I visit with folks in the Agriculture community around Iowa, they know, as I do, that Governor Reynolds and Lt. Governor Gregg will continue to fight for a vibrant rural Iowa, where main streets in cities large and small are growing. I believe in their vision and their ability to take Iowa to the next level, and I’m proud to stand with them today.”

“Secretary Northey will do a tremendous job as a state co-chair. He is an active farmer and tireless advocate for agriculture. The Secretary deeply understands our steadfast focus on building strong rural communities across the state. His international trade expertise also is valued as we continually promote Iowa’s quality products and trusted brand abroad,” Reynolds said.

“Who better to have as a partner than our Secretary of Ag who has served the state since 2006. He authentically connects with Iowans and has deep roots in all 99 counties. The Secretary is a passionate champion for farmers, ranchers and agriculture professionals of all ages. We are extremely pleased to have him on our team,” she added.

“Secretary Northey is an outstanding public servant with an unwavering commitment to his constituents. Gov. Reynolds and I have worked well with him for years, and we are pleased to have him in support of our campaign, as we lay the groundwork for the 2018 election. We’re focused on keeping Iowa as a national leader in education, job growth, and quality of governance, and having Secretary Northey in support of our efforts is an invaluable asset. We are thrilled to welcome him to the team,” Gregg stated.

The campaign plans to announce additional state co-chairs in the coming weeks.

Subscribe For Latest Updates

Sign up to receive stimulating conservative Christian commentary in your inbox.

Invalid email address
We promise not to spam you. You can unsubscribe at any time.
You May Also Like

First COVID-19 Death Confirmed in Iowa

The Iowa Department of Public Health learned of the first death associated with novel coronavirus (COVID-19), an elderly resident of Dubuque County.

Bill Dix: Iowa Voter Photo ID Bill Is Common Sense Legislation

Iowa Senate Republicans filed a voter photo ID bill which they call a common sense measure to protect the integrity of the election process.

Pro-Life Leaders Ponder Iowa Post-Roe v. Wade

Pro-life leaders discuss what the battle over abortion will look like in Iowa should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade.

Finding Fault on All Sides of the Governor’s Conference on LGBTQ Youth Controversy

This is going to be my last post on the upcoming 7th…