There is very little action to be found in the 29th state. This is a rather negative mark because it is not good for incumbents to go unchallenged. So rather than be a voter guide, this edition of Conservative Picks will mostly serve as a progress report. However, the good news is that Iowa has room only for improvement. Unlike other states, there aren’t leftist running as Republicans deliberately because they know they can’t win otherwise. But the biggest concern remains the lack of initiative to run. However, Iowa does not send the worst people to Congress.
Best Pick: Cyndi Hanson
Worst Pick: None
Best Race: District 4
Worst Race: None
Rod Blum is unchallenged. In his three years of office, Blum has remained more fiscally conservative than most Republicans. He voted against Omnibus but has some fiscal blemishes on his record.
This Iowa District is a more winnable district than most blue seats for Republican challengers. Christopher Peters is looking for a second chance in a race he lost by single digits last time around. The surgeon is seemingly conservative on a number of issues including foreign policy(meaning he believes in the power of Congress) and privacy. The biggest concern is that he straddles the line of bipartisan naivety. Should he win he will learn quickly that Democrats aren’t interested in reducing spending. He is unopposed.
David Young is one of the worst the state has to offer. The RINO voted for Omnibus and several other fiscally irresponsible measures.
Steve King is a reliable Conservative vote on domestic issues. But he is no fiscal conservative. King has done a decent job in office, but make no mistake, he is a career politician. He is being challenged by Cyndi Hanson. Hanson is running as an authentic Iowan and a fiscal conservative. What is most concerning about Hanson is her support of renewable energy which, to an Iowan, means forcing the rest of the country to put up with ethanol. However, she is opposed to subsidies. The question is whether she is Conservative enough to let the free market shape the Iowan economy. King has had his time and Hanson will likely do no worse.
Conservative Pick: Cyndi Hanson
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