With civility and mutual respect, the only candidate forum in House District 67 was conducted on October 12 at the Kirkwood Center in Hiawatha. A link to the video of the entire forum is attached below. It may seem like Continue reading →
Apparently, the Branstad administration has a lucky number.
Four years ago, an education reform bill was passed that required third grade students who couldn’t demonstrate reading proficiency to repeat that grade or take a summer reading program between third and Continue reading →
States have images. When you think of California or Florida, Texas or New York, you also think of redwoods, beaches, sagebrush, and cities. Often, you think about a state’s products—Idaho potatoes, Washington apples—or amusements—Minnesota’s Continue reading →
One of the purposes of this blog is to share my points of view regarding the important issues in this election. However, the main purpose is to make sure that voters in this district Continue reading →