SIOUX CITY -- In the final hours of the 2018 campaign, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds will make two stops in Siouxland with fellow Republicans, including one where U.S. Rep. Steve King will be on hand. Governor Kim Reynolds downplayed her association with U.S. Representative Steve King on Friday, saying “No two people are going to agree on everything” and describing the bigoted loudmouth as just “one of over 4,000 honorary chairs” of her campaign. When it. Congressman Steve King released the following statement and photo after joining with Iowa Congressional Delegation members to meet with Governor Kim Reynolds this afternoon to discuss the Governor’s state and federal legislative priorities. During the meeting, Gov. Reynolds thanked delegation members for standing together on behalf of the. Congressman Steve King R-Iowa will join Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg’s gubernatorial campaign as a campaign state co-chair. “It’s not helpful, I don’t agree,” Governor Kim Reynolds says she has told Representative Steve King after some of his racist statements made national news. Her two-faced approach to Iowa’s most famous bigot isn’t fooling anyone. King’s hateful views about people.
Governor Kim Reynolds’ final rally of her campaign will be held in Sioux Center with Congressman Steve King. Mired in state and national controversy over the past two weeks for his history of racist statements, King has become radioactive to many leaders within the Republican Party. The chair of the NRCC condemned King for promoting white supremacy, while conservative opinion leaders from The. OTTUMWA, Iowa -- Governor Kim Reynolds campaigned alongside Congressman Steve King until the final night before election day. Now one week later she's saying it could be time for him to go. And Reynolds stood by King on the campaign trail last year despite pressure from her Democratic opponent to condemn him. The candidates shared a stage at a campaign rally on the eve of Election Day.
OTTUMWA, Iowa -- Distancing herself from fellow Republican Steve King, Gov. Kim Reynolds on Tuesday said the outspoken congressman should consider whether his rhetoric and actions represent the. 14.03.2017 · The Register's editorial board called out a number of Republicans who had endorsed King in the 2016 primary election, including Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds. The Des Moines Register editorial board wrote, "Gov. Kim Reynolds has kept him on as her campaign co-chairman, while muttering increasingly thin-lipped denials that she agrees with his ideological extremism." Reynolds had previously praised King, saying he was "a strong defender of freedom and our conservative values.".
Incumbent Republican Governor Kim Reynolds ran for election to a full term, facing Democratic businessman Fred Hubbell, Libertarian Jake Porter, and independent candidate Gary Siegwarth. On Election Day, Reynolds won 50.3% of the vote and carried 88 of Iowa's 99 counties. Kim Reynolds. 34,403 likes · 1,606 talking about this. Mom, wife, grandma, conservative, and rural Iowan. Honored to serve as your Governor. Steve King, Wall Lake, IA. 129K likes. Posts may not be suitable for those without a sense of humor. Follow on Twitter.
Sorry I am late to the game on this. The season has been incredibly busy: Like many of you and thousands and thousands of our fellow Iowans we were absolutely astounded not only by the Steve King tweet stating that “diversity is not our strength” but also Governor Kim Reynolds’ decision to keep King. Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds R rebuked Rep. Steve King R-IA, the congressman from the state’s fourth district and an open white supremacist who served as her campaign co-chairman and with whom.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds bluntly tells Steve King to decide future amid racism allegations “I think that Steve King needs to make a decision if he wants to represent the people and the values of the 4th District or do something else," Reynolds said. It’s been a few days and I’ve been thinking about what Governor Kim Reynolds said earlier this week. If you haven’t been keeping up the Governor suggested that Iowa’s only Republican Congressman should consider leaving politics. This was not a good idea. Iowa’s only Republican Congressman is the 4th district representative, Steve King. 15.01.2019 · Representative Steve King of Iowa, who was stripped of his House committee seats on Monday night after making remarks defending white supremacy, has a.
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