Reynolds Signs the Empower Rural Iowa Act

Signing the Empower Rural Iowa Act, Gov. Kim Reynolds said “we are one step closer to achieving growth and prosperity in every single corner of our state.”

Ernst Honors Iowa’s Military Service Members

U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst: “Military Appreciation Month is an important reminder of the daily sacrifice made by our service members, our military families, and our veterans.”

Iowa Breaks Record for New Business Filings in a Single Month

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate: “We’re seeing small businesses flock to Iowa because we have an environment that I think is very inviting.”

Reynolds Appoints Dan Huitink to State Judicial Nominating Commission

Gov. Kim Reynolds appointed Dan Huitink, deputy general counsel at the Vermeer Corporation, to fill a new seat on the state judicial nominating commission.

Video: King Advocates for Adoption of Flood Relief Package on House Floor

U.S. Rep. Steve King King, R-Iowa, described the impact that recent flooding has had on Midwestern states, and he stressed the need for timely action.

Grassley CoSponsors Bill Targeting Foreign Nationals Tampering With Elections

Chuck Grassley: “Foreign adversaries seeking to disrupt our elections are not welcome in the United States, and should not be eligible for visas to come do us harm.”

Iowa Conservatives Launch Clean Energy Group

Jake Ketzner: “We’ve allowed the progressives to claim energy and conservation policies for too long. They don’t have a corner on these issues.”

King to Hold Town Hall in Carroll County

U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, announced that he will host a town hall meeting in Carroll County on Saturday, May 11th.

David Young Announces 2020 Campaign in Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District

David Young launched his 2020 campaign in Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District to challenge Cindy Axne for the seat he lost in 2018.

Walt Rogers Joins Tax Education Foundation

Former State Rep. Walt Rogers will serve as the Deputy Director of the Tax Education Foundation, a non-profit that promotes economic freedom.

Reynolds: 2019 Legislative Session Was “A Win for Iowans”

After the Iowa Legislature adjourned Sine Die, Gov. Kim Reynolds called the session a win for Iowans and highlighted her priorities that passed.

Ernst to Kick Off Senate Re-Election Bid at 5th Annual Roast and Ride

U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, kicks off her re-election bid at her 5th annual Roast and Ride on June 15, 2019 at the Central Iowa Expo in Boone.

King to Hold Town Hall Meetings in Cherokee, Green Counties

U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa will hold town hall meetings in Cherokee and Green Counties as part of his 39-county tour of Iowa’s 4th Congressional District.

Ernst to Host Town Hall Meetings in Newton, Waverly

On Wednesday, April 24, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, will host town hall meetings in Jasper and Bremer Counties as part of her 99 County Tour for 2019.

Episode 80: Is Iowa a Rich State or Poor State?

Shane Vander Hart and Jonathan Williams with the American Legislative Exchange Council discuss where Iowa lands in the 2019 Rich State, Poor State report.