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The Gazette gave the op-ed a B. Nothing wrong with a B, but why not an A? A’s are better. Did they exaggerate, were some of their numbers inaccurate? Are the assertions untrue? No, no, and no.
Tightening election rules to ensure safe, secure, and fair elections is the job of state legislators – it’s what Iowans elected them to do. Our system is strong right now, but we can always make it stronger. We’ve seen the world change a lot over the past year and our elections system should change with it.
Two things are keeping you from rebuilding your party, not one. And you might be disappointed to find out that neither of them is the Iowa caucuses. Iowa Democrats’ most significant issues are 1. a profoundly flawed policy vision. 2. candidates deeply out of touch with the people they seek to represent.
Iowa leads the way in ethanol and biodiesel production—which means we literally fuel our nation and the world. There’s really no way around the fact that the radical environmental policies of the far Left will decimate Iowa agriculture. That’s why I will continue to be relentless when it comes to fighting for our state, and right now that means pushing back against the coastal elites who want to eliminate the need for biofuel and fundamentally change our way of life in the Heartland.