Jake Porter: It is much more difficult for Libertarians to keep major party status in this election when the media is giving a giant in-kind contribution to my opponents.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and her Democrat challenger Fred Hubbell have agreed to three debates in October in Iowa’s hotly contested gubernatorial race.
At a special nominating convention on Saturday, June 9th the Libertarian Party of Iowa selected Lynne Gentry as their nominee for Lieutenant Governor.
Jake Porter, a business consultant from Council Bluffs, defeated Marco Battaglia, a businessman from Des Moines in the Libertarian Party of Iowa’s first gubernatorial primary.
The Libertarian Party of Iowa only had 13 candidates qualify for the ballot in their first primary on June 5th, and will only have one contested primary as Jake Porter and Marco Battaglia compete for the party’s nomination for Governor.
In the 2018 Iowa Gubernatorial race, Marco Battaglia and Jake Porter have each filed their paperwork to appear on the June Primary ballot, the Libertarian Party of Iowa’s first as a major party.
Jake Porter, a business consultant from Council Bluffs, defeated Marco Battaglia, a businessman from Des Moines in a gubernatorial straw poll held during the Libertarian Party of Iowa’s first Iowa Caucus.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced that Congressman Rod Blum (R-Iowa) joined her gubernatorial campaign as a campaign co-chair.
This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Jake Porter and Republican Congressional Candidate Christopher Peters join us.
Jake Porter of the Libertarian Party of Iowa, State Treasurer candidate John Thompson and Andy Foster join Shane Vander Hart on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Shane Vander Hart explores four unanswered questions about the 2018 Iowa Gubernatorial Race with the primary question being what will Terry Branstad do?