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Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek said today that the new justice center project up for special vote in May would solve many of the longstanding problems of the current courthouse and jail.
Paul who launched onto the national political scene partially due to a filibuster against drones will be the headline speaker at the Republican Party's Lincoln Dinner in Cedar Rapids. Ticket and event info inside.
A Republican winning an election in Johnson County, Iowa? Clearly there must be some mistake.
The final voting results in the Johnson County Supervisor special election between Terry Dahms and John Etheredge.
It's election day: March 5th. The election will decide who fills the empty Johnson County Supervisor seat vacated by Sally Stutsman, Democrat Terry Dahms or Republican John Etheredge.
Spiker's anti-gay marriage comments were made during an interview for this week's Iowa Press, airing at noon on Sunday
Whether you're for it or against it, get out and vote today on the Iowa City School District's Revenue Purpose Statement reauthorization.
Iowa City Patch interviewed Iowa City Superintendent Steve Murley on Monday, primarily asking him about the Revenue Purpose Statement vote today and the diversity policy vote coming tonight.
Young Republicans in Iowa are still split on the institution of marriage being extended to gay people. But there is a growing consensus among college-aged GOPers that in order to win elections, the party's focus should be elsewhere.
Hint: They voted a lot for the president.
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