The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) endorsed Republican David Young, running in Iowa’s 3rd congressional district, in his run to return to the United States House of Representatives.
Joni Ernst calls on the United States to cut China out of the U.S. supply chain, echoing her new T.V. ad announced Monday. On a conference call with members of the press, she said we need to reduce our dependence on communist China.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst launched the first tv ad of her 2020 reelection campaign. The ad highlights her military leadership background and talks about the need to cut china out of our supply chain.
According to the July Voter registration report by the Iowa Secretary of State’s office, Republicans now lead Democrats in voter registration totals for active voters in Iowa.
Joni Ernst, challenged her general election opponent, Democrat Theresa Greenfield, to 6 debates this fall in a video released yesterday.
According to the EPA dashboard, a total of 52 new requests for waivers have been requested for biofuels waivers. If the waivers are granted, it will pile on top of the billions fuel already waved and would come at the expense of an already struggling sector hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis.
Several small business owners took part in a press conference on Wednesday to share their concerns and reiterate their demands for answers from democratic senatorial candidate Teresa Greenfield.
In 2008, Congress unanimously approved the Inspector General Reform Act to promote political independence of agency watchdogs and discourage outside interference with their duty to combat fraud, waste, abuse, and misconduct. This law followed a handful of cases that involved inspectors general pulling their punches when investigating George W. Bush administration officials and generally mismanaging their offices — issues that I investigated at the time.
Last fall, with everyone fully employed, our current mess was almost unimaginable. Yet today, with so many out of work again; the pandemic and related economic downturn; the stock market crash; George Floyd’s death and the resulting demonstrations and riots, our potential personal and national futures have come into clearer focus, and they aren’t pretty.
The Republican National Senatorial Committee recently launched its first television ad in Iowa. It features newly minted democratic senatorial candidate, real estate executive, Theresa Greenfield.
The battle on the national stage between the media and the president is not a new phenomenon. We’ve all seen the tense exchanges at press conferences which then spin off to tweets from each of the opposing sides: the reporter tweets that they’re attacked by the President and he tweets that they are “fake news.”
Today Ashley Hinson announced the endorsement of more than 75 farmers in support of her campaign. Hinson, the Republican Nominee for Congress in Iowa’s First District, also announced that Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig would lead the effort of farmers.
According to a poll conducted in April of this year, 64% of Americans support school choice, meaning the tax dollars designated for a child’s education should follow that child to a school of the family’s choice. And, in this unprecedented time, an interest in permanent homeschooling has soared, with 40% of families are more likely to homeschool their children or enroll them in virtual school after the end of the lockdown. Just this past week, USA Today released a poll showing 59% of families are more likely to homeschool.