Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate is reaching out to more than 300,000 Iowans who are eligible to vote but are not registered.
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate announced more than 250,000 Iowans have registered to vote since he took office on January 1, 2015.
Iowa Democrats cut into Iowa Republicans voter registration advantage by over 45 percent in June almost erasing it in Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District.
Shane Vander Hart: I pulled the trigger. I changed my voter registration from “Republican” to “no party.” I declare my independence from party politics.
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate: Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 7, and I encourage all eligible Iowans to make their voices heard by participating.
(Des Moines, IA) Voter registration numbers from the Iowa Secretary of State today show that, for the first time in years, there are more Republicans in Iowa than Democrats. Iowa GOP Chairman A.J. Spiker stated: “The failed policies of the Obama presidency and the Obama Democrats have opened the eyes of many voters to the […]
They obviously fund those who side with their issue. The SOS Project has been pushing for Secretary of State candidates who don’t require a voter ID. One of their criteria for endorsements is that they oppose a voter ID law: Efforts to suppress the vote through onerous requirements, such as unconstitutional photo ID laws, must […]
Council Bluffs, Iowa – September 16, 2010 – Michael Mauro accused Republican Secretary State Candidate Matt Schultz of not understanding the law or deliberately misleading Iowans after Schultz accused Mauro of lying about Iowa Photo ID requirements. Matt Schultz recognizes that voters must show identification if they vote using Same-Day Voter Registration as well as […]
Council Bluffs, Iowa – September 10, 2010 – On September 1, 2010 the Iowa Secretary of State was sent a letter informing him that seven Iowa counties may have more registered voters than citizens of voting age. The Election Law Center based out of McLean, Virginia stated in its letter to the Secretary of State […]