Campaigns & Elections

Klobuchar 2020

Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar will campaign in eastern Iowa this weekend. The US Senator from Minnesota has stops scheduled in Dubuque and Davenport.

Hickenlooper 2020

The next Democratic presidential candidate to visit Iowa will be John Hickenlooper, and he'll include stops in the eastern part of the state. The former governor of Colorado will start in Des Moines Friday night, then on Saturday campaign in Charles City, Cedar Falls, Dubuque, Clinton, and Cedar Rapids.

A few residents of Bettendorf's Third Ward filled a vacant seat on the city council Tuesday. They chose Bill Connors to fill the un-expired term of Debe LaMar who died last fall.

Some residents of Bettendorf can help fill a vacancy on the city council Tuesday. A special election will be held in the Third Ward to fill the unexpired term of Debe LaMar who died in November.

WVIK News

Truth and justice were the themes for Kamala Harris during a campaign stop in Bettendorf . On Sunday afternoon a crowd of about 800 turned out to hear one of the many democrats competing for next year's presidential nomination.

Kamala Harris 2020

Kamala Harris will campaign in the Quad Cities this weekend. The Democratic candidate for president, and US Senator from California, plans to hold a town hall meeting in Bettendorf on Sunday. 

Ohio U.S. Senator Visiting Iowa

Feb 1, 2019

The most recent democrat to consider running for president will visit eastern iowa this weekend. Ohio U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown is starting a tour of select states to help him decide if he wants to run for the nomination next year. 

Delaney for President

One of the Democrats running for president will campaign in eastern Iowa this weekend. 

WVIK News

The next governor and lieutenant governor of Illinois visited the Quad Cities Monday afternoon. For J.B. Pritzker and Juliana Stratton it was the final day of a statewide thank you tour following their win in the November election. Herb Trix reports.


City of Davenport

The mayor of Davenport has decided two terms are  enough. Wednesday night, Frank Klipsch told the city council he will not be a candidate for re-election next year. 

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