Loebsack to dine with seniors tomorrow
Rep. Dave Loebsack is scheduled to be in Knoxville Thursday, March 20, to dine at the Knoxville Senior Center.
Update: Van Wyk drops out of House race
Jon Michael Van Wyk reports that he has withdrawn his candidacy for the June 3 House District 28 Republican primary to focus on a run in 2016.
Sinclair: Raceway rebate has strong Senate support
Sen. Amy Sinclair (R-Allerton) believes that there is strong bipartisan support for a proposed $2 million sales tax rebate program for the Knoxville Raceway.
Marion County Democrats hold successful convention
The attendance for the Marion County Democrats' county convention on March 8 was better than that of two years ago, according to Party Chair Anita Martin.
Several speakers attend Republican Convention
A number of Republican candidates for office took the time to stop and speak at the Marion County Republican Convention on Saturday, March 8.
Chances of Raceway rebate still alive
Though the original bill proposed to provide up to $2 million in rebates to the Knoxville Raceway (HF 2281) is technically dead, the idea is still alive and will likely find new life in another bill.
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Van Wyk addresses Marion County Republicans
Sully businessman and current Clive resident Jon Michael Van Wyk addressed the Marion County Republican Central Committee Thursday night to discuss why he should be the party's nominee to represent Iowa House District 28 instead of current Representative, Greg Heartsill.
Candidate filing period begins
The filing period for the primary election of state and federal office candidates began yesterday, Feb. 24, and will run through March 14 at 5 p.m.
Grassley believes FCC policy violates First Amendment
Last may, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed a program in which it would bring people into America's newsrooms. A field test for this program is scheduled to launch in South Carolina in the Spring, but Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley believes this is a violation of the First Amendment.
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