posted on January 17, 2003 12:00 AM
Four years ago Iowa ushered in its first Democratic governor in thirty years. Today marks the beginning of his second term. From the Knapp Center on the Drake University Campus in Des Moines, the inauguration of Governor Tom Vilsack and Lt. Governor Sally Pederson. Here is Dean Borg.
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posted on October 31, 2002 12:00 AM
Senator Harkin has been a fixture on the Iowa political scene since he won his first of five two-year terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. That was in 1974, when a 34-year-old Harkin defeated incumbent Congressman Bill Scherle. In 1984 Congressman Harkin became Senator Harkin, winning the...
posted on October 29, 2002 12:00 AM
Tom Vilsack put his name in the Iowa history books in 1998 when he came from behind to post an electoral victory over Republican Jim Ross Lightfoot to become Iowa's 39th governor. With that victory, Vilsack became Iowa's first Democratic governor in three decades. Governor Vilsack, a trial...
posted on October 23, 2002 12:00 AM
Attorney General Tom Miller of Des Moines is the Democratic incumbent, and he is seeking his seventh term in office. Representing the Libertarian party on the ballot is Edward Noyse of Fairfield. And the Republican candidate is State Representative Dave Millage of Bettendorf.
posted on October 22, 2002 12:00 AM
Iowa's Secretary of Agriculture sits on Iowa's Executive Council and is elected to a four-year term. Democrat Patty Judge from Albia is the incumbent. Green Party candidate Brian DePew is a native of Laurens, Iowa. Fritz Groszkruger is from Dumont and is on the ballot representative of the...
posted on October 21, 2002 12:00 AM
Secretary of State: Chet Culver/Democrat/Des Moines; Mike Hartwig/Republican/Altoona; Don Arenz/Iowa Green Party/Iowa City; Sylvia Sanders Olson/Libertarian Party/Pocahontas.
Auditor of Iowa: Patrick Deluhery/Democrat/Davenport; David A. Vaudt/Republican/West Des Moines
posted on October 11, 2002 12:00 AM