Reynolds Says Des Moines Public Schools ‘Slow-Walking’ In-Person Learning Is ‘Unacceptable’

Gov. Kim Reynolds: “The Des Moines School Board continues to slow-walk compliance weeks into the school year at the expense of its 32,000 students.”

Reynolds Lifts Order Closing Bars for Black Hawk, Dallas, Linn and Polk Counties

Effective at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, Gov. Kim Reynolds’ proclamation permits bars, taverns, wineries, breweries, distilleries, and night clubs to reopen.

Reynolds Announces Relief for Bars and Taverns in Six Counties They Were Ordered Closed

Gov. Kim Reynolds announced that the Iowa Small Business Relief Grant Program will be reopened to provide relief grants to bars, taverns and other establishments.

Reynolds Announces Ten Additional Counties Will Receive FEMA Individual Assistance

Individuals and business owners in Benton, Boone, Cedar, Jasper, Marshall, Polk, Poweshiek, Scott, Story, and Tama counties may now apply for the FEMA Individual Assistance Program.

Reynolds Orders Bars, Clubs Closed in Six Counties Due to COVID-19

Gov. Kim Reynolds ordered bars, taverns, breweries, wineries, distilleries, and night clubs in Black Hawk, Dallas, Johnson, Linn, Polk, and Story counties to close.

Watch: Gov. Kim Reynolds’ Speech to 2020 Republican National Convention

Gov. Kim Reynolds gave a short speech remotely during the second night of the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.

Reynolds Allocates $100 Million In CARES Act Funding to Support Iowa Agriculture

Gov. Kim Reynolds: “COVID-19 and a devastating derecho dealt a major blow to everything from the demand for ethanol to the supply of meat on grocery store shelves.”

Reynolds Seeks USDA Secretarial Disaster Designation for 57 Counties Hit by Derecho

Gov. Kim Reynolds: “The derecho storm dealt another gut punch to Iowa farmers, wiping out whole fields, demolishing grain bins and other farm buildings.”

Trump Approves FEMA Individual Assistance for Iowans in Linn County

Gov. Kim Reynolds: “President Trump’s swift and decisive response will deliver critical assistance for our state as we continue to recover from this devastating storm.”

Watch: President Trump Participates in Iowa Disaster Recovery Briefing

President Donald Trump visited Cedar Rapids to learn more about the recovery efforts after a devastating derecho storm swept through Iowa on August 10, 2020.

Trump Approves Major Disaster Declaration for Iowa

President Trump declared that a major disaster exists in the State of Iowa and ordered federal assistance to supplement Iowa’s derecho recovery efforts.

Iowa Congressional Delegation Urge Trump to Approve Disaster Declaration for Derecho

Iowa’s Congressional delegation urged President Donald Trump to quickly approve a petition for federal disaster declaration filed by Gov. Kim Reynolds.

Reynolds Formally Requests Expedited Presidential Major Disaster Declaration

Gov. Kim Reynolds indicated the State of Iowa will need an estimated $3,998,010,354 from federal partners to recover from the devastating derecho storm.

Watch: Fight for America Town Hall with Vice President Mike Pence

Heritage Action for America announced their Fight for America campaign at a town hall event in Urbandale, Iowa featuring Vice President Mike Pence.

Reynolds Issues Disaster Proclamations for 20 Counties

Gov. Kim Reynolds issued disaster proclamations for twenty counties following the derecho that raged across Iowa causing widespread damage.

Reynolds: An Open Letter to Iowans

Gov. Kim Reynolds: “Now is not the time to let down our guard. Iowa has a lot to gain by working together to keep our communities healthy.”