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RPI Statement on the Passing of President George H.W. Bush

Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Jeff Kaufmann released the following statement on the passing of President George H.W. Bush: "Late last night, America lost yet another patriot and hero. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Bush family during this difficult time. "As President, George H.W. Bush led with great compassion during a tumultuous time in our nation's history. Forty-one implemented foreign policy that saw through the breakup of the Soviet Union and the liberation of Kuwait. Our country, and the world, owe President Bush a debt of gratitude, and we will be forever thankful for the his lifelong service to this nation." ###

Axne and Finkenauer Quickly Abandon Iowans, Throw Support Behind Pelosi

Throughout the campaign, Cindy Axne and Abby Finkenauer avoided supporting Nancy Pelosi at every turn. Axne frequently claimed she would vote for “whomever is the best representative for the people here in Iowa.” Finkenauer also dodged the question, at one point saying “no one cares” whether or not she supported Pelosi. But now that the election is over, they have finally come clean: Axne and Finkenauer believe the best Speaker for Iowans is a liberal from California. Axne was among a handful of newly-elected Representatives to sign a letter pledging unwavering support for Pelosi. Finkenauer, who has notoriously failed to be up-front with ...

RPI Statement on Election of New Iowa House Minority Leader

Republican Party of Iowa Co-Chairman Dr. Cody Hoefert released the following statement in response to the House Democrats’ election of a new Minority Leader: “Today, the Iowa House Democrats selected Todd Prichard as their new Minority Leader. After more than five years of lackluster leadership under Representative Smith, the Party of Des Moines now has a failed gubernatorial candidate leading their statewide effort to reclaim the House. “On Election Day, voters in every corner of the state made clear they don’t support Democrats’ empty rhetoric and government-first agenda. This is why House Democrats only represent less than a fourth of ...