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Jack Hatch
Affordable housing developer and former state Senator & Democratic nominee for Governor. (2014).
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Randy Evans Jun 21
Instead of merging Dept of Education and Dept of Labor, as Trump proposes, my brother thinks US should merge White House and National Zoo.
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Jack Hatch Jun 20
Micheal was a real pleasure to work with at the Capitol. He was honest in representing Century Link to legislators. His presence will be missed.
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Jack Hatch Jun 20
Really Congressman! Why don’t you call the President? What have you done to stop this madness?
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Iowa Democrats Jun 19
We already knew ’s personal attacks on Fred Hubbell were pretty ironic — but now others are starting to take notice, too. Read the ’s editorial -->
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Jack Hatch Jun 19
Join me in supporting Amber Gustafson via . Amber is having a fund raiser July 9 at 6 pm at Peacetree in the East Village. Come by and say hello.
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Chris Hayes Jun 18
Currently, the Trump administration is arguing that its family-separation policy: - is a deterrent - is biblically compliant - is the Democrats' fault - does not exist.
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Eric Bakker Jun 18
Our son just came into the room as we are watching/listening to the audio of the kids being separated. He immediately said “will it happen to us?” This has ramifications beyond the border.
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Fred Hubbell Jun 16
Meet Rita, Iowa’s next Lieutenant Governor:
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Michael J Kiernan Jun 13
Thanks for your dedication to news in our community! Excited to codevelop to end chronic homelessness with
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Iowa Senate Jun 14
Pres. of the American Soybean Association says, “[Tariffs are] going to be a wake-up call for farmers because it’s going to cut into their incomes that are already down significantly over the past five years. Read more:
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Jack Hatch Jun 14
Is this the best you can do? At least our candidate has economic policies that will equalize income taxes on a progressive scale and not give 80% of the benefits to 5% of the highest income earners in the state. Now, who caters to the wealthy?
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Bleeding Heartland Jun 13
E-mail blast today from Pete D'Alessandro , former Democratic candidate in : " is the progressive we need at the governor’s desk [...] and I’ll do all I can to make sure he’s elected as our next governor in November."
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Robert Reich Jun 9
Trump’s take on an American classic: God bless America, Land that I rule. Stand beside me, Don’t indict me With fake news saying I’m a Russian tool. From the witch hunts To the trade wars To the athletes on a knee, God bless America. It’s all about me.
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Jack Hatch Jun 5
I voted today for Fred Hubbell. He’s the best Dem candidate to give us a vision to “walk into the future”.
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Jack Hatch Jun 4
I remember the day before an election and this Hubbell rally of over 200 supporters equals any I’ve been in. Iowa needs a Gov candidate that can take it to the Republicans and give Iowa hope.
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Pete D'Alessandro May 31
“There is not a state in this union that if you’re making less than $15/hr you can get a 2 bedroom apartment. Who gets two bedroom apartments? Young couples just starting out, single parents - we need a minimum wage where families can live in dignity.” — PAD on
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Randy Evans May 30
Making Iowa proud: Ray & Marlene Dominick's very talented daughter Andie was there in middle of Pulitzer award ceremony today in NYC. Bravo!
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Eric Bakker May 30
Fred & family made money old fashion way- hard work. Perhaps they could have been an Egyptian fertilizer company & got $110 million from the state?
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