Here we need to:
Flip the State House
Iowa voters are nothing if not informed.
With the first primary election occurring in their state, Iowans know the responsibility to have their finger on the pulse.
This will be a good place to make gains.
Let's get started.
This November, all 100 seats in the Iowa State House are up for grabs. Right now, Republicans hold the House, 53-47 seats.
Democrats would need just 4 seats to flip that balance.
Here are some races worth a looking at; all were decided by less than 600 votes.
Williams attended out of state environmental conferences during his term to learn about what changes will be brought to Iowa ahead of time
This race was decided by less than 250 votes in 2018 for Democrats.
2018: D+1.5, 2016: R+17, 2014: R+18
This November, rising conservative Joni Ernst was believed to be a lock. But a June poll suggests we could flip her seat with a strong candidate in Theresa Greenfield.
Let's get to work.
Running against Joni Ernst, who ran the provocative "Make 'em Squeal" ad to win her seat in 2014
Greenfield is running on expanded Social Security, which is popular in Iowa, considering that 1/4 of seniors depend on it for their main source of income, and that seniors are 1/3 of voters in Iowa.
This article in The Atlantic outlines the close race in Iowa.