Last week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers were joined by Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate and Faith McDonnell of the Institute of Religion & Democracy.
Paul Pate: There have been a lot of distortions & misunderstandings about my Election Integrity bill. My job is to make it easy to vote, but hard to cheat.
A poll released on October 15th shows that Iowans overwhelmingly support voter ID. It also shows Paul Pate leads Brad Anderson in Secretary of State Race.
Iowa Secretary of State candidate Paul D. Pate has released his plan to encourage voter participation while strengthening the integrity of Iowa’s elections.
Maintaining the integrity of Iowa’s voting process is a responsibility Iowa Senate Republicans take seriously. Senate Republicans have made numerous attempts to have this discussion with the majority party in recent years. It is likely we will have floor debate on the voting process in the coming weeks especially since the State Government committee passed […]
Sam Clovis, Republican candidate for Iowa’s open U.S. Senate seat took advantage of being the only Senate candidate to attend the Muscatine County GOP Dinner.
Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz announced today that an agreement has been reached with the Federal government granting access to the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) Program.
A majority of Americans supporter Voter ID, voter fraud and invalid voter registrations exist. Requiring an ID when voting just makes sense.
Brad Anderson keeps attacking Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz’s work toward a voter ID and ending voter fraud. Does he even understand the job?
Voter ID is a common sense way that would help prevent voter fraud in Iowa something Iowa Senate Democrats must not be concerned about.
No amount of voter fraud is acceptable in Iowa. The voter ID bill filed in the Iowa Senate is a common sense measure.
Iowa Senate Republicans filed a voter photo ID bill which they call a common sense measure to protect the integrity of the election process.
Brad Anderson wants to be the chief elections officer in the state of Iowa who apparently doesn’t believe the Iowa Secretary of State should investigate it.
What are you doing to prepare for the election? Anita Morrill gives our readers five ideas of things they can do before they vote.
Matt Schultz’ name recognition is irrelevant to the voter ID debate, but his push for a voter ID is met with approval by those who do know him.
Christie Vilsack’s opposition to a Voter ID law favors the status quo which in turn favors voter fraud. Voter fraud does indeed exist in Iowa.