It all boils down to whether you think Iowa is in great shape, or whether major changes are needed. That's according to the candidates for governor during a debate in Davenport on Sunday. Herb Trix reports.
The third and final debate of the campaign for governor of Iowa will be held this weekend in the Quad Cities. KWQC-tv in Davenport will host the debate on Sunday morning between Republican incumbent Kim Reynolds and Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell.
One statewide candidate is ready to roll up her sleeves and start working as soon as the election is over. Republican Darlene Senger is a former state representative now running for Illinois Comptroller.
U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos wants to move up in the leadership of the Democratic Party in the House. The 17th District congresswoman from East Moline announced Monday that if Democrats win a majority in the midterm elections, she will run for Assistant Democratic Leader, the number four position in House leadership.