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Category: <span>Politics</span>

Theresa Greenfield wins Senate Democratic primary in Iowa
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Theresa Greenfield wins Senate Democratic primary in Iowa

Theresa Greenfield won Tuesday’s Iowa Democratic Senate primary election and will now face Republican Sen. Joni Ernst in November. Greenfield cruised to victory with 47.69% of the vote, according to unofficial results from the Iowa Secretary of State website. Retired Navy Admiral Mike Franken received 24.95% of the vote, Kimberly Graham received 14.97% of the...

Randy Feenstra defeats Steve King in Iowa 4th district GOP primary
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Randy Feenstra defeats Steve King in Iowa 4th district GOP primary

Randy Feenstra defeated longtime Congressman Steve King in last night’s GOP primary for Iowa’s fourth district seat. Unofficial results from the Iowa Secretary of State’s office show Feenstra, a current state senator from Hull, won the contest by nearly 10 points over King, who has served in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2003. King...

Spencer City Council, School Board and other Clay County election results
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Spencer City Council, School Board and other Clay County election results

Here are the unofficial election results of last night’s Spencer City Council, School Board and other Clay County elections. Spencer MayorKevin Robinson – 1,055 votes (97.32%)Write-in – 29 votes (2.68%) City Council At-LargeLoren H. Reit – 724 votes (63.62%)Rich Prentice – 412 votes (36.2%)Write-in – 2 votes (0.18%) City Council Ward 2Bill Orrison – 106...

City council candidate profile: Duane Bates
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City council candidate profile: Duane Bates

Duane Bates wants to bring an approach of common sense decisions and fiscal responsibility to the Spencer City Council. Bates is on the ballot seeking the Ward 4 city council position. He was born in Spencer and has lived here for almost 50 years. He’s currently the safety director at The Arnold Group of Companies....

City council candidate profile: Loren Reit
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City council candidate profile: Loren Reit

Loren Reit believes that the skills he’s gained from years of working in manufacturing and industry would carry over well to a Spencer City Council position. Reit is challenging incumbent Rich Prentice for the at-large city council member position. “I’ve always had an interest in city and county government,” said Reit, who has lived in...

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