From left: Theresa Greenfield and U.S. Senator Joni Ernst

DES MOINES, Iowa – Theresa Greenfield won the five-way Democratic primary in Iowa’s U.S. Senate race in convincing fashion. She will challenge U.S. Senator Joni Ernst, who ran unopposed in the Republican primary.

  1. Theresa Greenfield – 47.7 percent (129,706)
  2. Michael Franken – 24.9 percent (67,862) 
  3. Kimberly Graham – 15 percent (40,738)
  4. Eddie Mauro – 11 percent (29,856)
  5. Cal Woods – 1.2 percent (3,341)

Greenfield gave her primary victory remarks on Facebook Live:

Ernst kicked off her general election campaign with recorded remarks:

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