We are approaching the 100-year anniversary (2019) of women in Iowa having the right to vote, and this year we will have the opportunity to cast our vote to elect the FIRST FEMALE Governor for the state!
According to a survey by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center at Iowa State University the November Ballot has a 59% increase in Republican women on the ballot,
Listed are the candidates, reach out to them and see how you can help.
Republican women work; let’s work for our candidates.

Governor – Kim Reynolds
Auditor of State – Mary Mosiman
Senate District 25 – Annette Sweeney, Alden
Senate District 27 – Shannon Latham, Sheffield
Senate District 29 – Carrie Koelker, Dyersville
Senate District 39 – Heather Hora, Washington
Senate District 41 – Mariannette Miller-Meeks, Ottumwa
Senate District 49 – Chris Cournoyer, LeClaire
House District 2 – Megan Lee Hess Jones, Sioux Rapids
House District 9 – Ann Meyer, Ft. Dodge
House District 15 – LeAnn Hughes, Council Bluffs
House District 16 – Mary Ann Hanusa, Council Bluffs
House District 29 – Ann Howell, Colfax
House District 44 – Anna Bergman, Waukee
House District 51 – Jane Bloomingdale, Northwood
House District 54 – Linda Upmeyer, Clear Lake
House District 57 – Shannon Lundgren, Peosta
House District 63 – Sandy Salmon, Janesville
House District 66 – Teresa Daubitz, Cedar Rapids
House District 67 – Ashley Hinson, Marion
House District 80 – Holly Brink, Oskloosa
House District 81 – Cherielynn Westrich, Ottumwa
House District 99 – Pauline Chilton, Dubuque