Congratulations to the new Executive Committee:
Chair: Laura Kamienski
Co-Chair: Mike Dupree
Treasurer: Robin Tucker
Secretary: Don Nelson
The election will take place at the Central Committee meeting on February 19.
February 3: Precinct Caucuses
March 13: Primary filing deadline for state offices and Congress
March 14: County Convention
March 25: Primary filing deadline for county offices
April 25: District Convention
June 2: Primary
June 13: State Convention
November 3: General Election
The Uncommon Public Service Award was created by the Hoover Presidential Foundation to honor those public servants who demonstrate uncommon service to the people of Iowa above and beyond their legislative responsibilities.
Anyone can make a nomination.
The deadline for nominations is March 1.
Training sessions for poll watchers (You only need to attend one session):
Friday, October 26, 9 am
Saturday, October 27, 7 pm
Tuesday, October 30, 7 pm
Backup session, for those who can’t make it to an earlier session:
Saturday, November 3, 9 am
GOP Victory Office
764 N Center Point Rd
Senator Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, refuses the latest of Dianne Feinstein’s (D., California) repeated requests for postponements of judicial-confirmation hearings:
Saturday, Sept. 29 at 1 pm
Fay Clark Memorial Park
1198 N. 18th Street
Tickets are $25 each.
Meet and greet our local Republican Candidates including a special visit and presentation by Congressman Rod Blum!
Monday, October 8: First day for in-person early voting.
Saturday, October 27: Last day for voter pre-registration. After this date, voters can still register at the polling place on election day. Also, the county auditor’s office is open from 8 am to 5 pm.
Saturday, November 3: The county auditor’s office is open from 8 am to 5 pm.
Tuesday, November 6: Election Day.
Revised to Reflect the Iowa Supreme Court Decision on the Voter ID Law
- When you’re out campaigning, be sure to take along some absentee ballot request forms (available here).
- Until a final decision in the Voter ID lawsuit is reached, a voter requesting an absentee ballot does not have to provide the ID number from his or her driver’s license, state ID, or voter ID card. The form available at the above link has an ID Number section, but voters do not have to fill that section out.