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Breaking Down the Iowa Candidate Deadline

Republican Chuck Grassley (R) takes on Iow State Senator Jim Carlin (R) in the Republican primary. There is a three-candidate Democratic primary. Notable Democrats include Rep. Abby Finkenauer (D), former U.S. Department of Defense employee and veteran Michael Franken (D), and family practice physician Glenn Hurst (D).

District 1:
The General Election season is in full swing as Iowa State Representative Christina Bohannan (D) takes on Republican incumbent Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R).

District 2:
The General Election season is in full swing as the Iowa State Senator Liz Mathis (D) takes on Republican incumbent Ashley Hinson (R).

District 3:
The Republicans have a three-candidate primary. Meanwhile, Democrat Cindy Acne runs unopposed. The notable Republican is Iowa State Senator Zach Nunn (R). The other candidates are unknowns.

District 4:
The General Election season Republican incumbent Randy Feenstra (R) runs unopposed, as does supervisor and Democrat Ryan Melton (D).. They take on three third-party candidates. They are truck driver Kyle Grossman (L), unknown Bryan Holder (LC*), and unknown Ryan O'Leary.

* = Liberty Caucus


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