Iowa Governor Wants to 'Get out the Vote'
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds led a "Get out the Vote Rally" on Tuesday in Davenport.
Republicans Nikki Haley, Brenna Bird, and Mariannette Miller-Meeks joined her at the Hickory Creek Event Center.
Haley is the former Governor of South Carolina. Bird is running for Iowa Attorney General against incumbent Tom Miller. And 1st District Congresswoman Miller-Meeks' opponent is Christina Bohannan.
Reynolds urged the crowd to vote and to recruit voters.
“But you need to go out talk to 10 to 20 people, and get them up to the polls. The can vote now at the auditor’s office. Or they can vote on Election Day. Check that big box that says we’re going to add the 2nd Amendment
to the Iowa[constitution]—.”
If elected, Brenna Bird says she will stand up to the Biden administration against its "continued unconstitutional actions and violations of federal law."
“You need your attorney general to push back against the Biden administration and take the Biden Administration to court. -- That’s what I’ll do, I will be Iowa’s Attorney General, not Biden’s Attorney General.”
In addition, Reynolds defended parents from school districts that require masks and COVID vaccinations. The Iowa governor also boasted that Iowa surpasses other states in career readiness, is a top 10 place to live, and will be number one in fiscal responsibility.
The election is on November 8th.