Campaigns & Elections

Iowa Primary Results

Jun 3, 2020

A record number of Iowans voted in yesterday's primary election. Turnout according to the Secretary of State's office was 24 per cent or about 522,000 ballots cast - compared with 290,000 in the 2018 primary. / Scott County Auditor's Office, Scott County Election Central

While thousands of Scott County voters have already mailed in their ballots for Tuesday's primary, others will need to double check where to vote in-person. 

Iowa Primary on Tuesday

Jun 1, 2020

Iowa voters will make some important decisions on Tuesday, including choosing candidates for Congress and the US Senate. Polls will be open for the Iowa Primary election from 7 am until 9 pm.

Michelle O'Neill (graphic) / WVIK News

Instead of going to the polls June 2nd for the Iowa primary, thousands of Scott County residents are voting absentee. Herb Trix reports. 

Even though political campaigning has been severely limited by the pandemic, it's still possible, and very active these days. That's according to a consulting firm based in the Quad Cities.

Hanley for Iowa House

Apr 16, 2020
Sean Hanley

A Davenport realtor wants to serve in the Iowa House. Thursday Republican Sean Hanley announced his candidacy for House District 89, which covers parts of west and central Davenport.

Incumbents were the winners in Tuesday's Democratic primary election in Rock Island County.



Marie Gleason

A Bettendorf woman is making her second run for the Iowa legislature. Democrat Marie Gleason has announced she's running for a seat in the Iowa House from District 94 which includes Bettendorf, Riverdale, Panorama Park, and Pleasant Valley Township.

Bill Fawell

Two Republicans are competing for the chance to challenge Illinois Democratic  Congresswoman Cheri Bustos in the fall.