Two democrats and one republican have won election to the Scott County Board. Incumbent democrat Brinson Kinzer was the top vote-getter, followed by fellow democrat and newcomer Ken Croken. And they'll be joined by republican newcomer John Maxwell.
In one of Illinois' most expensive legislative races, Neil Anderson won re-election to the Illinois Senate. In District 36 which includes Rock Island, Henry, Whiteside, and Carroll counties, the incumbent republican from Andulusia ended with 51 per cent of the vote to 49 per cent for democrat Gregg Johnson from East Moline.
Former governor Tom Vilsack is touring Iowa this weekend, hoping to support fellow democrats on Tuesday's ballot. Friday afternoon, he and his wife Christie stopped at Scott County Democratic headquarters in Davenport to give a pep talk to the many young volunteers working hard during the final weekend before the election.
A key race for Congress in our area is a repeat of two years ago - in 2016 Democrat Dave Loebsack beat Republican Chris Peters by 54 to 46 % to win another term representing Iowa's second district which covers essentially the southeast quarter of the state.
With all the attention being paid to races for governor and congress this year, we often forget the local ones. But they're important because of the decisions local ofifials make, but also because some of them will eventually move up to higher offices.
One of the candidates for president will campaign for some fellow Democrats running for the Iowa legislature this weekend. During his latest trip to the state, Congressman John Delaney from Maryland will work for candidates in some key districts in eastern and northeast Iowa.
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.