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Jack Hatch
Affordable housing developer and former state Senator & Democratic nominee for Governor. (2014).
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Des Moines Register Jan 14
"We want you to talk to us like you would talk to your neighbors or friends — because we are your neighbors and friends."
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Jack Hatch Jan 14
Let us not forget that there are consequences to elections. Many hundreds of families and 10’s of thousand Iowans are insecure about their rightful benefits. Clayworth does an incredible job reporting on the agony of these families & the silence of the Republicans.
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Jason Noble Jan 13
Instead of reading this wack Hill aggregation you should read my real-deal story from the :
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Matt McCoy Jan 9
is 49th in the nation in terms of beds & professionals. This is all talk & no resources. We need to comprehensively tackle this issue with appropriate resources. You’re talking about just taking a handful of sand to the beach.
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Julie Cain Jan 13
Wow. This’s is great leadership. Feels wrong that we live in a time where educators have to reach out an say these things.
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Iowa Starting Line Jan 13
What do you all think of the large protest outside Bill Dix's house today?
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Jack Hatch Jan 13
LULAC Vice President, iowa’s Joe Henry, challenges Democratic Gov candidates to not take the Latino vote for granted.
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Jason Noble Jan 12
Fair to say Trump/Russia has dominated this rural town meeting with , which is a change from several such meetings I covered last year. Much more -- and more heated -- discussion.
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Fred Hubbell Jan 10
Thanks to our friends in Beaverdale for coming out to discuss our values tonight! We need to put our budget behind our priorities to by investing in education, health care, and getting incomes rising!
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Jack Hatch Jan 10
Some people have to the pioneers and it’s now clear, Iowa’s Kirsten Anderson is a leader in the societal shift in our culture.
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Jack Hatch Jan 3
All users must pay and those who use too much need to pay more.
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Jack Hatch Jan 3
Senator Hogg is on the right track. A comprehensive look at our water and soil.
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Iowa Starting Line Dec 30
A special moment in Iowa last night as Mazahir Salih took the oath of office for her city council seat in Iowa City. First Sudanese-American to hold elected office
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Jack Hatch Dec 29
While Dems Push Public Option, Kim Reynolds Paralyzed On Privatized Medicaid - via ... This is a great example of how Democratic legislators show LEADERSHIP. Exactly what Iowa needs. Thank U Sen. McCoy and Rep. Forbes.
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Jack Hatch Dec 29
I was 24 at the time of Watergate in 1974. This is “Deja vue all over again” but the attack on our democracy is more vicious than Watergate. This POTUS has no governmental point of reference. His is so rooted in personal gain that it makes all of us “ugly Americans”.
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Jack Hatch Dec 26
Ames Chamber Members Have Given Over $25,000 to Steve King via
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Jack Hatch Dec 23
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
You are such a fake.
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Jack Hatch Dec 20
Well, Caslon is onto her next Journey. Five years in Alaska and two Regional Murrow awards makes her an award winning journalist. Sonja and I are really proud of her. Now what’s next? She won’t say. Oh, the wonders of youth.
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Jack Hatch Dec 20
Well, Caslon is onto her next Journey. Five years in Alaska and two Regional Murrow awards makes her an award winning journalist. Sonja and I are really proud of her. Now what’s next? She won’t say. Oh, the wonders of youth.
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Jack Hatch Dec 20
Trump’s triumph will fail just like Gov Branstad’s corporate property tax give away and cause deficits for years to come. Sad.
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